Rank-and-file wharfies consider the jailing of Lex Wotton as a complete injustice. On the day of Lex’s sentencing, the entire Sydney waterfront came to a standstill — for only a… Read more »
Apology to the Stolen Generations: Don’t stop at “Sorry,” Pay compensation!
On February 13, 2008 the country stood still. That morning, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd delivered an apology in Parliament for Australia’s Indigenous Stolen Generations. Indigenous people from across the country… Read more »
Resistance is not a crime: Lex Wotton must not do time!
Support continues to swell for the campaign to force the dropping of all charges against Lex Wotton, the respected Aboriginal community member accused of leading a riot on Palm Island… Read more »
After the Howard disaster: Indigenous leaders look to the future
Many Australians were jubilant to see former Prime Minister John Howard lose his own seat of Bennelong at the 24 November federal election. But for the Indigenous rights activists holding… Read more »
April 2008 national day of protest demands: Drop the Charges Against Lex Wotton Now!
A campaign to throw out all charges against Palm Island Aboriginal leader, Lex Wotton, is gaining momentum. Wotton participated in the November 2004 protest against the killing of his friend… Read more »
Liyarn Ngarn: A journey of oppression, resistance and hope
Liyarn Ngarn is a road movie. British actor, Pete Postlethwaite, renowned for his roles in Brassed Off and In The Name of the Father, takes an outback trip through Western… Read more »
Farewell Veronica Brodie
Campaigners for Aboriginal justice lost a champion with the death of Veronica Brodie on the 3rd of May. Veronica, a respected elder, was a tireless freedom fighter from Ngarrindjeri-Kaurna nations…. Read more »
Koori Jack performs at the launch of his CD John Walker records and performs as Koorijack. In April, he launched a CD, A Place We Call Our Own. Alison Thorne… Read more »
Troops out of Indigenous Communities! Military invasion is no solution to poverty and violence
As this magazine goes to print, a military takeover of Indigenous lands in the Northern Territory (NT) is in progress. The Howard Government, citing violence and child sexual abuse, is… Read more »
Two initiatives to remember Errol Wyles Junior
Poet, Amelia Walker, came up with the idea of producing a zine to pay tribute to Errol Wyles Junior after she attended a screening of Black and White Justice, hosted… Read more »