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Navajo Harmony

Western movies with Cowboys and Indians never really fascinated me as a child as they did with earlier generations, I was still running around outside but with a football at my feet instead of a toy gun in my hand. 552 more words


News > World Aboriginal Deaths in Australian Prisons Due to Jailers' 'Indifference'

“No room for racism.” Protesters in Sydney demanded action on Indigenous deaths in custody on October 23. (Photo: Peter Boyle/ Green Left Weekly)

The suicide of an Aboriginal man in a Western Australian prison has sparked renewed controversy over the decades old issue of Indigenous deaths in custody.

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Freedom summit to galvanise First People

The call for a National Summit of Traditional Owners announced last week by three icons of the First People’s struggle, Tauto Sansbury, Geoff Clark and Michael Mansell, has gained momentum. 167 more words

Freedom Summit

The First Unit: The First People.

And…we’re back. It’s taken me awhile to 1) find the time to update the blog and 2) decide how I wanted to organize the blog this year. 1,345 more words


Grade 3.

The Gerhardt Schoolhouse has existed for three entire years, starting on four. This year, like every other, I’ve fielded questions about whether we are going to do it again. 1,371 more words

Listening to Learn

If we took time, I wonder how much of what we pass every day of our lives,  would we find interesting. If we heard the stories of the people we pass and  the places we go. 536 more words