“The whole system is rotten and needs to be changed,” said Ray Jackson, President of the Indigenous Social Justice Association, after hearing about the decision of Queensland’s Director of Public… Read more »
Talking to Andrea James about Yanagai! Yanagai!
Andrea James describes herself as a proud descendent of the Yorta Yorta and Kunai nations. She is a theatre worker and the current Artistic Director with Melbourne WorkersTheatre. Andrea is… Read more »
Noongar Native Title victory: Treaty Now!
It’s taken more than 200 years, but at last one of Australia’s first nations has been recognised by the courts as the original sovereign over a major urban area. In… Read more »
Demand justice for Errol Wyles Junior!
Momentum is building around the country in the campaign to expose the truth behind the death of Errol Wyles Junior. The key goal is to achieve justice for the family… Read more »
Shut-up and listen! Indigenous people have solutions
When Nanette Rogers spoke out about violence against women and children in Aboriginal communities, a string of Federal and State politicians made statements about the need to be tough on… Read more »
Howard takes aim at Land Rights in the Northern Territory
Yvonne Margarula, the most senior member of the Mirrar Gudjehmi clan, became a household name during the struggle to stop the Jabiluka Uranium mine in the Northern Territory. Margarula and… Read more »
Of Town Camps and Uranium Mines
When Central Australian Prosecutor, Nanette Rogers, appeared on the ABC’s Late Line program in May, she described in shocking detail sexual assaults and domestic violence being perpetrated in Aboriginal communities…. Read more »
Indigenous rights emergency! Don’t sit out the Stolenwealth Games
Just a little over five years ago, Australia witnessed its largest ever protests. A quarter of a million Sydneysiders marched across the Harbour Bridge, and hundreds of thousands of people… Read more »
Defend the Aboriginal Tent Embassy! Resist the racist ban on camping!
The National Indigenous Times calls the Aboriginal Tent Embassy “one of the enduring icons of Aboriginal dissent.” However, the Parliament of Australia webpage asks if the Tent Embassy “is an… Read more »
Freedom Socialist Party submission on the future of the Aboriginal tent Embassy
It is with reluctance that the Freedom Socialist Party — a socialist feminist political party with both Indigenous and non-Indigenous members — is putting forward this submission. We are reluctant,… Read more »