““It’s okay to be white” has a long history in the white supremacist movement.
Recently I viewed the Black Mist Burnt Country exhibition at the National Museum of Australia. Launched on 27 September 2016, to mark the 60th anniversary of nuclear bomb testing at Maralinga in South Australia, the exhibition has already covered a lot of ground touring the eastern states. This exhibition is a vivid and reflective collation that is raising awareness of …
It’s almost as if Australian audiences wouldn’t be able to identify who they are meant to be for or against if none of them were white
“Do you think Aboriginal people have been helped to survive to this point because of white people?”
Indigenous screen industry veterans and emerging artists gathered at Carriageworks this week in Redfern to celebrate 25 years of Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department’.
Tony Abbott, our former PM and former self-declared Prime Minister for Indigenous Affairs, and Minister for Women, is now a ‘special envoy’ to the PM on Indigenous Affairs.
Five must read books by sovereign authors recommended by Karen Wyld.
History is all around us, so is the denialism of true history. A monument to John Batman at Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market is yet another example.
My father’s life, with all of its suffering, hardship and pain may have been orchestrated by the government with the intention to wipe him, his people and culture out. But for our family, the government didn’t win. While my father and his children live on, our culture will never die, be silenced or erased.