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Triple j will hold bvlgari replica ring mens 2017 Hottest 100 on Australia Day

Triple j has bvlgari ring sale copy announced next year's Hottest 100 will be held on Australia Day, despite calls for the date to be changed out of respect for Indigenous people, some of whom view January 26 as the day their land was invaded.

Whether the Hottest 100 will be on Australia Day after 2017 however is unknown, with triple j saying future years are under review and they will continue to talk to Indigenous communities, artists and audiences.

"triple j has been part of a growing dialogue around Indigenous recognition and perspectives on 26 January. This is important to triple j and has been for some time," a statement from the station said.

"triple j wants the Hottest 100 to be an inclusive and respectful event for all Australians, including all the incredible Indigenous artists making great Australian music and the listeners from all cultural backgrounds who love it."

Although the date will remain the same for next year, triple j announced a collaboration with the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) for the Hottest 100 "to create a meaningful connection between all communities, including Indigenous Australians". for now. And here why

"In partnering with AIME we hope to raise money to empower Indigenous young people and also acknowledge and discuss all perspectives of 26 January," triple j content director Ollie Wards said.

The announcement follows recent calls online for triple j to shift the music countdown, with the hashtag ChangeTheDate being used on social media.

"'Australia Day' represents, for vintage bvlgari rings copy First Nations' Peoples, a date commemorating the invasion bvlgari replica zero1 ring of their countries and colonisation[sic] of their ways of life, rather than a celebration of what it now means to be 'Australian'," the petition said.

"That's a conversation that we should all be having with why we are celebrating that day," Briggs said.

"Changing the day is just a symptom of what racism is in Australia, and Australia's attitude towards its Indigenous people."

In August, Trials told Seven News: "It's not about lamington recipes, it's about massacres."

Social media users have been divided over the idea of changing the date, with some outraged about the possibility of the event taking place on another day.

"The hottest 100 countdown on Australia day is tradition and part of our way of life," Bart Rae wrote on Facebook.

But some have agreed it should be moved and even proposed a new date.

"Move it to New Year's Day New Year's Day is always a bit of a let down anyway, it could use an energetic injection of the best music of the year," Christiaan Van Vuren wrote.

"Shifting the Hottest100 would be a fantastic way to continue to spur the important conversation around shifting Australia Day all together," said Michael O'Donnell on Twitter.

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