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He said the statue of Captain James cook which stands in Sydney's Hyde Park makes indigenous people feel 'invisible'.

Having led the 'First Fleet' of British ships to Australia in 1770, the statue of Captain Cook unveiled in 1879 is inscribed with: 'DISCOVERED THIS TERRITORY 1770.'But in an opinion article written for the ABC, the respected Indigenous advocate told how the claims on the statue were a sore point for Indigenous people.

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Your one stop shop for Singles events and organisers Australia-wide.While saying he didn't want the statue pulled down, Mr Grant called it a reminder of 'the violent rupture of Aboriginal society' - one he claimed they are still enduring.'This statue speaks to emptiness, it speaks to our invisibility,' he said.'It says that nothing truly mattered, nothing truly counted until a white sailor first walked on these shores.'Referring to the lack of acknowledgement about the way Australia had been taken in an instant from the Indigenous people, Mr Grant called it the 'great silence'.In the past week, following racist rallies and riots, calls to tear down a statue of Confederate army leader Robert E Lee in Charlottesville have grown louder.And only yesterday, a British broadcaster led calls to tear down Nelson's Column in London, arguing the 18th Century naval hero was a 'white supremacist'.Indigenous Australian broadcaster Stan Grant said his country should follow the example set by the US and consider changing statues which leave a 'legacy of pain'.Just like Lee, who fought to keep slavery in the American Civil War, Captain Cook is a figure that brought pain to Australia, according to Mr Grant.'Captain Cook's statue stands in the centre of our biggest city.