January 26 is Invasion Day. It is the anniversary of tragedy for the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, whose world was turned upside down in 1788.
It’s not “case closed” for the Murri community.
After nearly three decades of being forgotten, the Saharawi people have run out of patience.
The movement campaigning to stop deaths in custody has lost a champion with the passing of Virginia Hickey, who died on 4 December.
The panels at the Women & Labour Conference reinforced Wik as a feminist issue. They showed how non-Indigenous rural people are hurting badly from a crisis-ridden system, which is becoming increasingly brutal. The profiteers are attempting to use small farmers to incite mass panic in Australia – a panic fuelled by misinformation.
On 26 October, the Victorian government sent workers and police into Djab Wurrung country to bulldoze a 350-year-old tree that was culturally significant to the Djab Wurrung people and their birth practices.
Humanitarian aid to Yemen dwindles as bombings, pandemics, locust swarms and famine bring genocide.
In the face of deadly U.S. government indifference, women lead the charge in caring for the sick and elderly.
“Oil Under Troubled Water” explores Australia’s dirty deals with Timor-Leste. It’s an education every working person needs.
Bill Gammage documents the real history of Australia.