A Strange, Sad History of People Climbing Uluru
How Australia's tourism industry invented a dangerous and disrespectful national pastime.
What We Mean When We Talk About 'Ending White Supremacy'
"Black people in Australia are galvanising. We are angry and we are connected."
University Causes Outrage by Saying Britain 'Invaded' Australia
The row over what language should be used to describe how modern-day Australia was formed has revealed emotions still run high regarding the country's colonial history.
What Life Is Like as a Night-Shift Worker Looking After Australia's Incarcerated Aboriginals
VICE Australia spent a night with a woman who plays a crucial role in protecting the legal rights of Aboriginal people who've gotten arrested.
On Campus with Saskatchewan’s Two-Spirit, Gay, Cree, Transgender Student Union President
Jack Saddleback represents a lot of different identities that many students—especially those coming from small towns or other countries—have never come across before.
Montreal Cops Sign Landmark Agreement to Improve Relations with Aboriginal Community
It's the first of its kind in Canada.
A New Report Revealed Just How Horrific Canada's Aboriginal Residential Schools Were
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission challenges readers to see how non-Aboriginal Canadians benefited from 120 years of residential school policy.
Why Canada's Inclusiveness Doesn't Include Its Aboriginal Population
Canada welcomes immigrants with open arms and has far fewer racial problems than the US. So why does it treat its Aboriginals so poorly?