Surviving New England is impossible to put down. Its accounts shatter the colonial storying of the frontier. Mob in New England were not only resilient, as the current progressive narrative would have us believe, to colonisation — they resisted, fiercely, doing much more than surviving.
Aunty Tanya Day’s Inquest – Daily Updates
The inquest was opened with an acknowledgement of country by Yorta Yorta Elder Uncle Colin Walker. Uncle Colin poured sand from Dhungalla/ the Murray River on the bench to explain where Aunty Tanya Day commonly found rest and how she was denied such rest prior to her death.
Inquest into the death of Aunty Tanya Day — how did we get here?
The inquest, running until September 13, is the culmination of twenty months of intensive advocacy and investigations. How did we get here?