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Elijah Doughty's death was murder

"Dangerous driving occasioning death" is crap — 14-year-old Elijah Doughty was killed by murd ...  
Dutton's Austasi — Turnbull's worst decision yet

Making Peter Dutton tsar over an immense Homeland Security-style department is easily Turnbull's ...  
Why Marcia Langton is wrong on Adani

For all her powerful and peerless leadership of Aboriginal rights, Professor Marcia Langton has it ...  
After Mabo: Removing the stain of racism with his vision for a Great Society

Author, journalist and activist Jeff McMullen delivered this speech at the 25th Anniversary Mabo ...  
The Uluru walkout: Constitutional recognition, Treaty and structural change

Several Indigenous delegates walked out of a Constitutional recognition summit yesterday. Natalie ...  
Turnbull and Shorten: No leadership in Indigenous Recognition

Turnbull and Shorten have "respectfully declined" to attend the Uluru Convention, indicatin ...  
Coalition's Indigenous Affairs Budget doesn't even begin to pay the rent

Its minuscule Indigenous budget continues the Coalition's paternalistic policy and doesn't even ...  
Australian free speech warriors swear black and blue they only want to be racist

Now that the move to amend 18C has failed, how many opinion articles will be published and state ...  
Reclaiming Australia's white supremacy

Bilal Cleland discusses Australia's violent, white supremacist history and asks if this Australia ...  
Australia needs a civil rights movement to end mass Indigenous incarceration

Australia's Indigenous incarceration rate is unjustifiable and an abomination, says Gerry Georg ...  
ANZAC Day, Yassmin and Australia's rising xenophobia: Who we are?

Australia’s current moves towards more isolationism and greater nationalism is both untenable ...  
Anzac Day: Lest we remember

Lest we forget is the defining phrase of ANZAC Day and yet the Day itself is about forgetting.  
ANZAC Day and the Frontier Wars: 'The amnesty on ignorance is over'

As we mark ANZAC Day again, it is time for the people on the continent to get back to a national ...  
Nine years after the Apology: We said sorry ... but are we really?

Nine years after acknowledging ills of the past, the fight is continuing for Indigenous Austral ...  
Dogwhistling Malcolm's Disharmony Day

Watering down protections against racist hate speech on Harmony Day sends an unmistakable messa ...  
Top class! Free speech is a fundamental right ... but only for the ruling Right

Any debate about free speech in our society is really about free speech for the ruling class.  
Reducing Indigenous incarceration by transforming lives and schools in prison

If WA continues on in the same way, two out of every three people in its gaols will be Indigenous ...  
The Australian flag on Invasion Day: To burn or not to burn?

The authorities and the media have rushed to vilify and prosecute peaceful Australia Day protes ...  

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