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    Acroclinium roseum

    Acroclinium roseum, Helipterum roseum, Australian Native Daisy, digital improved reproduction from a print of the 19th century.、クレジット:Bildagentur-online /Universal Images Group/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。

    商品コード: 2020021703051

  • 1997年12月19日
    よーく見て!

    シドニーで開催中の現代アート展に出品されたオーストラリア先住民アボリジニの抽象画。しかし注意して見ると、その前をだれかがゆっくりと歩いています。半身を同じしま模様に塗ったこの人自身も「芸術作品」のようです。(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 1997121900050

  • 1997年12月20日
    とんがり帽子が飛んだ?

    男の子が飛び付いてつかもうとしているなぞの物体は…。風で舞い上がったとんがり帽子?実はこれ、アシで編んだオーストラリア先住民アボリジニ伝統のウナギ捕獲用のやなをかたどったオブジェ。シドニーの美術館で展示中の芸術作品でした。(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 1997122000035

  • 1998年08月02日
    二風谷ダムを視察 豪先住民とアイヌ民族交流

    二風谷ダムを視察するオーストラリア先住民族アボリジニの訪問団=2日午後1時40分、北海道平取町二風谷

    商品コード: 1998080200041

  • 1998年12月11日
    後光が差す?

    後光が差した怪しいおじさん? 実はシドニーの美術館で開かれたアボリジニ(オーストラリア先住民)の工芸品展示会の準備風景。これは踊りのときにかぶる帽子で、女性たちが毛髪と樹皮で作った。かぶって踊れば頭が爆発しそうだ。(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 1998121100123

  • 2000年04月21日
    幾何学模様のなぞ

    シドニーの画廊で女性が見上げているのはオーストラリア先住民アボリジニが描いた砂漠の模様。昔、アボリジニが広大な砂漠を放浪したという伝説に基づき構成されている。作者自身もアボリジニ男性で、砂漠の伝統的アボリジニ社会に生まれ育ち、一九七○年代に初めて白人社会と接触したという経歴の持ち主だ。(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 2000042100048

  • 2000年05月28日
    橋を行進する参加者 先住民と和解目指し大行進

    オーストラリア先住民アボリジニと白人社会との歴史的和解を目指した「和解行進2000」でシドニーの名所ハーバーブリッジを渡る参加者=28日午前、シドニー(共同)

    商品コード: 2000052800018

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    2000年09月15日
    アボリジニのダンサー オープニングセレモニー

    オープニングセレモニーに参加したオーストラリア先住民アボリジニのダンサーら=15日夜、五輪スタジアム(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 2000091500081

  • 2005年07月18日
    アボリジニの伝統舞踊 演奏と舞踊で太平洋を表現

    「海の日」のコンサートで披露されたオーストラリア先住民アボリジニの伝統舞踊=18日午後、愛知万博長久手会場

    商品コード: 2005071800088

  • 2019年04月09日
    Return of mortal remains of an indigenous Australian

    09 April 2019, Bavaria, München: Lynette Wood, Australia‘s Ambassador to Germany, attends the ceremony to return the remains of an Australian indigenous man to the Museum Five Continents. Photo: Matthias Balk/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019041002411

  • 2019年04月12日
    Handing over skulls of indigenous Australians

    12 April 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Stuttgart: Flags of indigenous Australian tribes lie on a table above a box. Baden-Württemberg hands over ten human skulls to Australia. The skulls of indigenous Australians had arrived in Europe around 1900 for “scientific purposes“. Photo: Simon Sachseder/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019041703844

  • 2019年04月12日
    Human skull handed over to indigenous Australians

    12 April 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Stuttgart: Flags of indigenous Australian tribes lie on a table above a box. Baden-Württemberg hands over ten human skulls to Australia. The skulls of indigenous Australians had arrived in Europe around 1900 for “scientific purposes“. Photo: Simon Sachseder/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019041703762

  • 2019年06月27日
    聖地に刻んだ融和の一歩

    オーストラリア先住民(アボリジニ)関係史

    商品コード: 2019062703369

  • 2019年06月27日
    聖地に刻んだ融和の一歩

    オーストラリア先住民(アボリジニ)関係史

    商品コード: 2019062703370

  • 2019年11月28日
    Saxony returns bones to Australia

    28 November 2019, Saxony, Leipzig: Major Sumner, representative of the Australian Ngarrindejeri Community, speaks on the occasion of the handing over of bones of Australian natives into the microphone of a radio journalist from MDR Saxony. The mortal remains of 45 indigenous Australians from the ethnographic holdings of the Dresden State Art Collections were handed over to Australia‘s ambassador. The mortal remains came from grave plundering as well as from victims of violent conflicts. The bones came to Saxony between 1880 and 1914 as purchases and donations. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019112903099

  • 2019年11月28日
    Saxony returns bones to Australia

    28 November 2019, Saxony, Leipzig: Major Sumner, representative of the Australian Ngarrindejeri Community, speaks on the occasion of the handing over of bones of Australian natives into the microphone of a radio journalist from MDR Saxony. The mortal remains of 45 indigenous Australians from the ethnographic holdings of the Dresden State Art Collections were handed over to Australia‘s ambassador. The mortal remains came from grave plundering as well as from victims of violent conflicts. The bones came to Saxony between 1880 and 1914 as purchases and donations. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019112903142

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Protesters gather at Queens Gardens during the demonstration..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304164

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Aboriginal protester seen singing traditional songs to the crowd at Queens Gardens..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304193

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Ruby Wharton speaks to the protesters at Queens Gardens..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304291

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Ruby Wharton speaks to the protesters at Queens Gardens..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304260

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Aboriginal elder Uncle Lionel speaks to the protesters at Queens Gardens..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304353

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Aboriginal elder Auntie Glenys speaks to the protesters at Queens Gardens..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304190

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Aboriginal protesters Mel and Nadine speak to the protesters at Queens Gardens..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304247

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Aboriginal protester recites a poem to the protesters at Queens Gardens..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304237

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Aboriginal protesters Troy Brady and April Watson speak to the protesters at Queens Gardens..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304224

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Protesters display a flag at Queens Gardens during the demonstration..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304123

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Protesters display flags at Queens Gardens during the demonstration..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304242

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: A protester holds a placard during the demonstration..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304175

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Members of the Indigenous Riders Club ride their motorcycles ride across Victoria Bridge during the march..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304020

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Protesters hold placards across Victoria Bridge during the march..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304360

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Protesters hold placards across Victoria Bridge during the march..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020303844

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Protesters hold the Aboriginal Flag across Victoria Bridge during the rally..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304129

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: A protester waves the Aboriginal Flag across Victoria Bridge during the march..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304078

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Members of the Indigenous Riders Club ride their motorcycles ride across Victoria Bridge during the march..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304248

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: A father and his son pose for picture as protesters march over Victoria Bridge towards South Brisbane during the demonstration..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304172

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: A Queensland Police vehicle leads members of the Indigenous Riders Club across Victoria Bridge during the demonstration..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304287

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: A member of the Indigenous Riders Club rides towards the Cultural Centre Busway Station during the demonstration..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304216

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Protesters march through the Cultural Centre Busway Station at South Brisbane during the demonstration..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304140

  • 2021年01月26日
    Invasion Day Protest in Brisbane, Australia - 26 Jan 2021

    January 26, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: A placard displayed at Musgrave Park at the culmination of the march..Crowds of people gathered in Brisbane, Queensland to protest against the Australia public holiday, which is a date synonymous with the beginning of many decades of persecution of Indigenous Australian people by the British colonialists. The protesters instead referred to the date as Invasion Day, to signify the invasion of Aboriginal lands by British colonisers, beginning with the First Fleet in 1788. Many policies stem from the harsh early days such as overwhelming incarceration of Aboriginal people, as well as many deaths in custody and the destruction of cultural heritage sites. A march was organised through the Brisbane central business district from Queens Gardens to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. (Credit Image: © Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021020304351

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