Pita Pita man and Save the Children’s Domestic Campaigns Co-ordinator writes, many Aboriginal organisations are raising the bar (and their voices) to ensure community-controlled services are not just a pipe dream, but rather the preferred model. This is self-determination.
Daniel James responds to one of Andrew Bolt’s recent columns in which Bolt laments the “colonising” of Australian suburbs by immigrants.
Sorta Yorta woman Nerita Waight writes about the Victorian Government’s new ‘anti-association’ laws and the potential impact they might have on Aboriginal youth.
Yorta Yorta man, Daniel James explains why he will be opting out of the government’s My Health Record scheme.
The NDIA have turned my beautiful family’s life upside down…
Lidia Thorpe MP, talks to IndigenousX about her role as the first Aboriginal woman in the Victorian Parliament.
The First Fleet, and all those white people who came from Europe following the First Fleet, were not immigrants. They were settler-colonials.
Indigenous people’s lives are immaterial when they are inside, the risk of death is very real to us. The pursuit of justice is our greatest fight in history and one heavily resisted. Justice is not blind.
Aboriginal women are strong and resilient. They have wisdom and they have the answers, when will policy makers realise that #BecauseOfHerWeCan?
Now that NAIDOC Week is over Rachael Hocking lists some of the actions you can take until next NAIDOC.