26 Things You Can Do on January 26 Instead of Being a Colony Bootlicker
VICE’s guide to marking the significant day, without being a dickhead.
Election Officials Are ‘Pulling Out All Stops’ to Drive Up First Nations Voting Enrolments
The campaign will target the 101,000 unregistered First Nations voters in Australia, and make it easier for them to enrol.
Hours After the Queen’s Death, People Are Calling for an Australian Republic
“I find it inconceivable that in a thousand years time, Australia’s head of state is still going to be the monarch of the United Kingdom.”
This Company Is Launching Indigenous-Branded Crypto Carbon Credits. It’s Greenwash, Critics Say.
“This ‘initiative’ is greenwash, topped with more greenwash, garnished with blockchain,” said one expert.
The Aboriginal Flag has been “Freed”. Here’s What That Means.
Continued support of Indigenous businesses is vital.
Cost of Getting Food to Remote Indigenous Communities Rose 400% During COVID
Shipping a pallet of food to fly-in or remote communities in northern Ontario increased from $200 before the pandemic to $1,000 during it.
Check Out Australia’s Oldest Cave Paintings
Scientists recently confirmed Australia’s earliest known rock art: a kangaroo that was painted during the last ice age.
Canada's Vaccine Shortage Means Indigenous and Other High-Risk People Will Have to Wait
The country is getting half the expected Pfizer doses in the coming weeks, which will slow down an already beleaguered vaccine campaign.
Cleveland Ballclub Will Eventually Get Around to Changing Racist Nickname
Cleveland's major-league baseball team has long acknowledged the racism of its nickname and iconography while being slow to do anything about it.
Auction House Repatriates Sacred Indigenous Items, Possibly a Human Scalp
After activists contested the sale of Indigenous ceremonial items in Calgary from the collection of a late German trick roper, the items were abruptly removed and repatriated to Siksika Nation.
Governments Worldwide Are Failing Indigenous Peoples During the Pandemic
Indigenous communities from the U.S. to Australia to Brazil have taken matters into their own hands—even closing their borders and implementing curfews—to protect themselves.
Here’s How You Can Support the George Floyd Protests from Australia
There are ways you can join the worldwide movement, while fighting racial inequality in our own backyard.