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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 ...  
Lest we forget, again, our violent frontier past

Anzac Day is an opportunity to confront our violent frontier past and its shadow today, writes Dr ...  
Close the Gap still reveals gaping holes in Government efforts

Malcolm Turnbull and the Australian Government are failing Indigenous Australians when it comes to ...  
Influencing the public discourse: Racism, Sunrise, Alan Jones et al

'From my experience, racism – like violence – is a contagion.' ~ Jeff McMullen  
Black power, the media and the Commonwealth Games

Coverage of protests by an Indigenous group at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games show the news ...  
Facing the facts: Hundreds of thousands homeless and unemployed

Gerry Georgatos reveals the unemployment and homeless rates in Australia that we're not being ...  
NT and Commonwealth governments remain racist disgraces — apartheid

The Territory and Commonwealth governments have the choice to bring on equality or to remain ...  
Closing the Gap requests for Indigenous participation are ironic — at best

Unless overcome, structural issues in the heart of Australian politics and governance seem dest ...  
On Invasion Day, I heard Australia screaming

Calls for Tarneen Onus-Williams to resign from the Koori Youth Council are confected outrage ...  
Trains, strikes and the right to break unjust laws

The weekend's Invasion Day protests are symbolic of a growing undercurrent of dissatisfaction  ...  
Treaty making is the way ahead

To end the continuing tragedy of the poverty and widespread inequality endured by our First People ...  
Australia Day: A fascist love affair

January 26, 1788, the day the British Empire jacked an entire continent; the day that marks the ...  
Australia Daze

Once again, the date for the celebration of a national day has become the subject of a mass ...  
Change the name of Australia Day — and call it what it is

NSW Penal Colony Establishment Day? Managing editor Dave Donovan proposes a name change for the ...  
Australia Day: Changing the date changes nothing

Changing the date will not resolve anything without a Treaty, recognition of sovereignty and ...  

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