Eelemarni Bundarn Close-Brown

Eelemarni Close-Brown is a Githabul, Yirrganydji and Torres Strait Islander woman, currently studying journalism at Notre Dame University, Sydney. Eelemarni is a writer and passionate activist, her interests include politics, literature and social justice.
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I don’t want to play: new song highlights racism in AFL

Artists James Alberts aka ‘Jimblah’ and Marlon Moltop address racism in the AFL with “Lean on Me”, a song of resilience.
  • 16 Aug 2021

Exclusive: celebrating the career of Eddie Betts

Eddie Betts' prowess as a football player is well known, as is his leadership and generosity off the field. IndigenousX speaks exclusively with Eddie as he hangs up his boots and tells us what is next.

Wangan & Jagalingou Community Calls to Action to Protect Sacred Country

The Wangan and Jagalingou community call on Adani to immediately withdraw from their country as per their eviction notice and call us to action in support.

Grassroots Activist to Politician: Yvonne Weldon and Team Unite Making History for First Nations People

Residents of the City of Sydney, Greater Sydney and Mob around the country may soon witness a historical political moment for our people in the…

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