As the women of Iran rise up once again, these stories from the Freedom Socialist archives are more relevant than ever.
Deaths in Custody
Yapakurlangu Warnkuaru Matter/Black Lives Matter: Yuendumu demands an end to the Northern Territory Intervention and guns out of remote communities
The Yuendumu community needs respect, it needs community control over the police, and it needs yapa control of yapa affairs.
End the genocidal inaction! Implement the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody
15 April 2021 was the 30th anniversary of the release of the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody (RCIADIC). It was a busy month: movement activists… Read more »
No justice, No peace Letty Scott: The story of a fighter
Letty Scott is a fighter. Her husband allegedly hung himself at Berrimah Prison in the Northern Territory on 5 July 1985. For the last decade-and-a-half, Letty has used her anger to campaign for the reopening of his case to expose the truth surrounding his death.
State Genocide of Aboriginal People Goes on: The Murray Family Fights Back
In 1981, Eddie Murray was found dead in a police cell. In 1987, two cops bashed Eddie’s sister, Anna. Eddie’s murder and Anna’s persecution have a history, and they typify what happens to Aboriginal people regularly. The persecution of the Murray family for their militancy is an effort to break them and Aboriginal fighters like them.