Protesters gathered outside Network 10's Sydney studios have demanded veteran presenter Kerri-Anne Kennerley be sacked, after stating facts about remote Aboriginal communities - remarks similar to those made by Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi last year.
The protests came hours after contributor Yumi Stynes cancelled her scheduled appearance on the Studio 10 show, after accusing Kennerley of racism.
On Monday's program, Kennerley said 'Invasion Day' protesters were not doing anything about sexual violence in remote indigenous communities.
In June last year, Senator Bernardi called out exactly such sexual violence in remote indigenous communities on Paul Murray Live on Sky News.
Similar concerns raised on Seven's Sunrise program saw complaints made against presenter Samantha Armytage, yet another of a string of attacks on free speech mounted from section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act. Section 18C is a section the Conservative Party committed to repair after the Coalition abandoned its repeal under Prime Minister Abbott and bungled its reform under former PM Turnbull.
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