My hope is that when we have a recognised Voice to Parliament, and Treaties in place in all jurisdictions, we will finally have a say and control over the decision that affect us, our families and our communities.
Indigenous people across the country deserve better than this staggering ineptitude and support for white Australia policies.
Gadrian Hoosan, a parent and school council member told Abbott he ‘was not welcome in the community since intervention policies ripped out community funding leaving residents worse off, while denying much needed new housing and basic services.’
““It’s okay to be white” has a long history in the white supremacist movement.
Indigenous screen industry veterans and emerging artists gathered at Carriageworks this week in Redfern to celebrate 25 years of Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department’.
Stolen Generations and their descendants have been telling us for many years about the extent of trauma caused by the forced removal of children from families. Today we publish statistical evidence of that lived experience and the pain our people have had to endure over a lifetime.
It’s clear that the FFA is not serious about nourishing Aboriginal soccer talent. The other codes do it because, as much as anything else, it is good for business to have Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent on display week-in, week out.
The AEC has announced the Federal Seat of Batman will now be known as the Federal Seat of Cooper.
I was extremely alarmed to read the recent ABC news report about an Aboriginal woman from a western NSW community who had been charged, and further held in a local police cell overnight, for not attending court to provide evidence as a result of domestic violence…
The targeting of Indigenous people is particularly concerning as they are telephoning Indigenous people and pretending to be government departments alleging debt and that a warrant is out for the individual’s arrest and that, if a certain action such as paying money into a particular bank account is not done, then the individual would be cut off from benefits and/or arrested.” Given that there is a considerable number of Indigenous people vulnerable to this heinous scam, it is critical that we raise awareness in communities on how to spot and avoid scammers.
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