Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women We Want To See On Banknotes
In the spirit of the NAIDOC 2018 theme 'Because of Her, We Can', we visualise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women honoured on national material.
Much of Australia's Indigenous Leadership is Black Women Getting the Job Done
Writer Tess Ryan explores how acknowledging and harnessing the power of Indigenous women we allow us to make change.
Australia Is Finally Confronting Its Violent Colonial Past
White settlers massacred Aboriginal people throughout the 1800s. The details are shocking, but they’re important.
Victoria Just Passed Australia’s First Aboriginal Treaty Bill
The historic bill was developed over several years, in consultation with over 7,500 Indigenous Victorians.
Portugal. The Man Cancels 'Sunrise' Appearance Over Racism Controversy
The show still hasn't apologised over its all-white panel on whether "at risk" Aboriginal kids should be taken from their families.
An Interview With Australia's Filmic Conscience: Warwick Thornton
The filmmaker behind "Samson and Delilah" explains why he doesn't know what an Indigenous filmmaker is, and hopes he never will.
Redfern Mourns on the 14th Anniversary of Aboriginal Teen TJ Hickey's Death
Suspicions of police involvement in the 17-year-old's death shook the community and sparked riots in 2004.
The Human Rights You Lose When You Don't Speak English
Does Australia have enough systems in place to ensure social equity for everyone?
The Government Says Triple J Is 'De-Legitimising Australia Day'
According to communications minister Mitch Fifield, only a “relatively small" number of people want to #ChangetheDate of the Hottest 100.
Young, proud and Aboriginal: Exploring Activism and Allies in 2017
"Aboriginal people are sick of being talked about — in parliament, in schooling systems, everywhere. We want to be talked to, we want to be part of the discussion, we have so much to say and we have been silenced for so long."
Long-Term Discrimination Messes With the Body's Ability to Manage Stress
A new study shows how internalised pain is inhibiting the release of stress-relieving cortisol in Indigenous Australians.
I'm Depressed, But Is That Actually a Problem?
Maybe my depression isn't the problem. Maybe it's a collective symptom of being a black person in Australia.