All Hail 'Glitoris,' the Giant Golden Clitoris
You won’t have any trouble locating this sculpture.
A Day and Night at Redfern's Community Legal Centre
With budget cuts looming, we investigate the human cost of Australia's social service funding black hole.
Jason J. Cohn
Did the AHC Walk Away From a Deal to Fund Indigenous Housing on The Block?
This week's Supreme Court case revealed the Aboriginal Housing Company refused to sign a memorandum that would have guaranteed government backing for the construction of affordable Indigenous housing.
Australia Needs to Talk About Drug Sniffing Dogs
While NSW police figures show exceedingly low drug conviction rates, some say they target minorities and may even lead to higher instances of overdose.
Redfern's Tent Embassy Is Ready to Fight for the Block
Indigenous leaders in Sydney have called on all Australians, white and black, to rally around around the tent embassy situated at the iconic Redfern housing project.
A Look Back at the Australian Aboriginal Rights Movements of 2014
This year activists have worked to reclaim the first land handed back to indigenous Australians and form an Aboriginal-controlled body to represent all indigenous nations.
Aboriginal Tent Embassy is Reclaiming the Black Heart of Sydney
The Block, the sacred heartland of Australia’s First Peoples in Sydney, was once an area of low-income housing for Aboriginal residents. It’s now become one of the most expensive and sought after vacant pieces of land in the city.