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  • Meriki Onus
  • 6 May 2021

“I want to be known as a Gundijtmara activist”

Meriki Onus sits down with her Nan, Alma Thorpe, to discuss her amazing life as a communist, an Aboriginal Health Worker and above all, a Gundijtmara activist.

  • Alison Whittaker
  • 28 Apr 2021

Daily Reporting: Wayne Fella Morrison Inquest

  • Donny Imberlong
  • 20 Apr 2021

After Education

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Hear the families’ calls for justice, 30 years and 474 black deaths in custody since the Royal Commission

If we collectively support the families’ calls and call on governments to act, we can end this injustice once and for all. We cannot, and must not, wait another generation for change.

Aboriginal people need our lives to be valued, and our history and culture to be known and accepted

Human Rights Law Centre Director and Yorta Yorta woman, Meena Singh speaks of how little has changed and the current outcomes being a result of targeted policies.

For us, they are not just numbers, they are real women who matter

My name is Shirleen Campbell. I’m a mum, a grandmother, an aunty, a daughter, a sister, a wife and a proud Warlpiri and Arrernte woman who is a third generation resident of an Alice Springs Town Camp, Lhenpe Artnwe, better known as Hoppy’s Camp.
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We still fight for justice within a system determined to deny it

In our communities, we all know someone that has been impacted by the criminal justice system in a harmful (often devastating) way.

No Justice, Just Us

This is not a numbers game. These are people, Aboriginal people, whose lives have been snuffed out in the ongoing machinery of colonisation and the carceral State.

The nation does not care about people who become incarcerated

Tony Birch says that to state that a loss of Aboriginal life results in yet another ‘death in custody’ is to use language that refuses the reality of murder in custody that we know will be failed by the system.

Hear the families’ calls for justice, 30 years and 474 black deaths in custody since the Royal Commission

If we collectively support the families’ calls and call on governments to act, we can end this injustice once and for all. We cannot, and must not, wait another generation for change.

Aboriginal people need our lives to be valued, and our history and culture to be known and accepted

Human Rights Law Centre Director and Yorta Yorta woman, Meena Singh speaks of how little has changed and the current outcomes being a result of targeted policies.

Being ‘edgy’ at our expense is not art

There is a stark difference between hurting for and channeling your pain into your art, and demanding that Indigenous peoples bleed for your art so that you can tell everyone how bad colonisation and the crimes of the British Empire are.

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