In Conversation with Apryl Day
Apryl Day and Eddie Cubillo
The Indigenous Law and Justice Hub was joined for a night of black excellence as we heard from Apryl Day, as part of the White Noise of settler law justice talks. In this White Noise Apryl shared her reflections on the coronial inquest process and associated community law reform needs, drawing on her personal experiences as a family member and her advocacy through the Dhadjowa Foundation.
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This seminar was jointly hosted by The Indigenous Law and Justice Hub and Criminal Law Research Forum, Melbourne Law School.
About the speaker
Apryl Day is a proud Yorta Yorta, Wemba Wemba and Barapa Barapa woman. She is a community organiser and campaigner, and a member of both WAR VIC and Pay the Rent. She is the daughter of Aunty Tanya Day – a proud Yorta Yorta woman who died in custody in 2017. Apryl and her family successfully led the campaign to end the criminalisation of public drunkenness in Victoria and is at the forefront of the fight for police accountability and justice matters. Apryl is the Executive Officer and Founder of the Dhadjowa Foundation, a national grassroots organisation that provides strategic guidance and support to amplify the campaigning of families, and to fight for justice for all families of Aboriginal and Torres Strait people who’ve died in custody.