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  • James Saunders
  • 19 Feb 2021

Public Statement – First Nations voices restricted by Facebook

First Nations Media Australia calls for the immediate reinstatement of First Nations media organisation Facebook pages blocked overnight in response to the Government’s proposed Mandatory News Bargaining Code. First Nations media organisations provide essential information services to First Nations communities. Many organisations have built…

  • Tony Birch
  • 11 Feb 2021

Silencing victims compounds the violence of racism

  • Nayuka Gorrie
  • 5 Feb 2021

The labour of death and the radical tradition of burying our own

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Silencing victims compounds the violence of racism

Tony Birch offers us a personal reflection on the violence of racism and how this is compounded through a culture of erasure and silencing.

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.

I said ‘I’m in labour’ but no one listened

As a lead on the Birthing on Country Project, I have a chance to ensure no woman experiences what I endured.

It’s time to listen to and value Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women’s voices

This International Women’s Day, #PressforProgress will be the call of millions of women. Across the world today, violence against women and girls is one of the most widespread, persistent and devastating of all human rights violations.
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