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The unravelling of the flag on Australia Day

Inspired by an anecdote where an Australian flag became unravelled, Joanna Penney reflects on how ...  
Wren's week: Australia Day, Mundine and Liberal women

This week, John Wren takes a look at our PM's poor decisions over Australia Day and Warren Mund ...  
Is Scott Morrison the mediocre man who has risen above his station?

With talk in the media about Scott Morrison's fascination with Captain Cook, Noely Neate unders ...  
Scott Morrison's Australia Day farce

Morrison’s attempt to upgrade 26 January's national significance reflects its appropriation by ...  
The unique circumstance of Australian racism

The media's continual call for Aboriginal people to counteract the most basic forms of racism ...  
BOOK REVIEW: A Long Way From No Go by Tjanara Goreng Goreng

If you’re not faint hearted, and your mind, spirit and soul are open to hearing some hideous ...  
Harper Nielsen's call to take a ‘stand' on the national anthem

Harper Nielsen one small action may have taken a stand that will change the very song Australia ...  
BOOK REVIEW: Warren Mundine in Black + White (Updated edition)

Warren Mundine's newly updated autobiography is challenging in several ways, writes Rosemary ...  
Anthems, cartoons and systemic racism

Three recent events reveal the racism and historical ignorance that infects our society, writes ...  
Unsettled business: Was sovereignty transferred by cession or conquest?

In a modern legal context, the transferring of the sovereignty of Australia from the Indigenous ...  
Australia's child suicide epidemic

The death of a child is always heartbreaking but when it is by suicide it is as devastating as it ...  
The Morrison Government: A reflection of the Howard years

With the recent turn of Parliamentary events, Australia's darker aspects of political history seem ...  
Australia’s forgotten heroes: 200 years of doing good

History reflects our present in the new work of historian Professor Henry Reynolds on the treat ...  
Is there room for Universal Basic Income in Australia?

There would be many benefits from a Basic Income scheme if the government was willing to try it ...  
The sad truth behind Noongar suicides

Suicide prevention researcher Gerry Georgatos is calling for tailored support to the elevated risk ...  
Maimed but not dead: Is an Aboriginal rose a rose by any other name?

Through massacres, stolen generations and ongoing whitewashing, the gift of Aboriginal language ...  
1868 Indigenous XI and the colonising game of cricket

Despite the feats of the 1868 Indigenous cricket team, race is still a solid block in the sport ...  
The shocking truth of Australia's Indigenous incarcerated

Gerry Georgatos explores the reasons behind Australia's devastatingly high Indigenous imprisonment ...