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Invasion Day

For the past 5 years IndigenousX has been a lead contributor to the national debate around 26th January from Changing the date, changing the nation to abolishing Australia Day.

7 more things you should know about Invasion Day

Luke Pearson provides 7 more things you need to know about Invasion Day so that, you know, people can stop undermining our calls for change!

What’s pride in a country without pride in ourselves?

Taryn discussed the necessity of contending with the truth, in all its brutality, to be in a position to reckon with who we are as a nation, as peoples and whether we can truly come together in meaningful co-existence.

Stop calling us divisive – you’re the ones who invaded!

What is with politicians and their love affair with calling Indigenous people's aspirations 'divisive?'

Invasion Day is coming

The lead up to January 26 every year is one that is dreaded for a lot of mob because the same conversations and arguments are happening year on year.

Do monuments hold any value?

In consideration of Invasion (Australia) Day in 2021, debate will again turn to a need to produce and recognise a more open and critical story…

To change the nation, we also need to change ourselves.

Changing the nation requires us blackfellas to also do our bit, and in the prevention of suicide among our mob it’s an important bit. But we must be on the same page. This means no longer treating mob as if they are not worthy of clinical interventions that everybody else has access to. This means no longer excluding Indigenous clinical expertise from the conversation.
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