1 Million Species Are Threatened with Extinction Thanks to Humans, UN Report Says
A comprehensive United Nations report compiled by more than 450 researchers warns of a dire future for both humans and nature if business continues as usual.
The Anxiety Hour
Mojo JuJu Is Searching for the Identity Her Family Weren’t Allowed to Embrace
On the latest episode of the Anxiety Hour, the musician describes how her parents' experiences of race and identity in Australia gave her a sense of hereditary disconnection—something music helps her to overcome.
An NT Bar Owner Is Facing Backlash for Trying to Enforce a ‘No Blacks’ Rule
At least 15 staff quit the Darwin establishment last week, as the owner faces additional allegations that he owes more than $10,000 in unpaid wages.
What Canada’s Military Looks Like at the Arctic Front
Acclaimed photographer Philip Cheung’s new series looks at what Canadian soldiers are doing post-Afghanistan.
The Women Fighting Against a Rising Tide Of Indigenous Child Removals
Grandmothers Against Removals (GMAR) are a network of matriarchs fighting to keep families and communities together.
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.
QLD Tourism Campaign Pulled Due to 'Overpowering Whiteness'
"We as Aboriginal people have survived. It didn't represent the community I grew up in."
Snotty Nose Rez Kids Fight the Trans Mountain Pipeline with "The Warriors"
The Vancouver rap duo share a new video and song that's "a call to action" against the Canadian federal government's desecration of indigenous lands.
I Tested My DNA and Learned About Self-Delusion
Does a test that tells me I’m 50 percent East Asian and Native American change anything about my identity?
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.
The Human Rights You Lose When You Don't Speak English
Does Australia have enough systems in place to ensure social equity for everyone?