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  • Tony Birch
  • 14 Jan 2021

Do monuments hold any value?

In consideration of Invasion (Australia) Day in 2021, debate will again turn to a need to produce and recognise a more open and critical story of colonial violence. While some in the wider community will again campaign to shift the date of national celebration…

  • Luke Pearson
  • 1 Jan 2021

We are One Nation?

  • Gregory Phillips
  • 31 Dec 2020

Can we breathe?

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Debunking: ‘There are more important things to talk about than Australia Day’

Almost certainly there are more important issues effecting Indigenous people than the celebrations on January 26 but that is entirely not the point.

Why we need to change the date of Australia Day

According to the Australia Day website: “The tradition of having Australia Day as a national holiday on 26 January is a recent one. Not until 1935 did all the Australian states and territories use that name to mark that date. Not until 1994 did they begin to celebrate Australia Day consistently as a public holiday on that date.”
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Wiyi Yani U Thangani Report

Wiyi Yani U Thangani – Securing Our Rights, Securing Our Future Report 2020 marks new beginnings for our First Nations women and girls, and for…

Too many kids are growing up disconnected from their Mob, Country and culture

Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander families are continuing to be ripped apart and our ways of living eradicated and assimilated

What will it take to acknowledge and respect our humanity?

Please note; the links shared within this piece are intended to highlight the plight of the Indigenous families and their ongoing struggle for justice in…

If that is not who we are, then who are we?

Australia has been trying very hard for a very long time to have its cake and eat it too when it comes to the idea of ‘we’.

NT Govt bypasses community concerns to pave way for liquor superstore

Since 2015, Endeavour Drinks as part of the Woolworths group has been trying to open a Dan Murphy’s big box alcohol outlet in Darwin.

Support all Indigenous tourism, culture spans the continent & islands

Culture is culture. And NSW has culture, as does the NT, and WA, and Qld, the Torres Strait, SA, Vic and Tas… and by all means, experience them all, support Indigenous tourism in all of these places, but don’t come back home and think you’ve just experienced ‘the real Aboriginal culture’ when you haven’t even bothered to learn about the people and lands you currently live on.

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