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Shame Australia

50 years since Indigenous Australians were given the right to vote, our first peoples are as bad off as ever – Physically, socially, emotionally, educationally and economically. 124 more words

Truth to power: one woman's pursuit for justice

“Tenacious” and “scheming” are not the first words that spring to mind as Murri Elder, Aunty Lesley Williams, chatters away, both arms enthusiastically gesticulating while her large brown eyes survey the crowd at the Carrington Hotel, Katoomba. 790 more words

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Diverse Media Roundup #1

I’m 110% of team #WeNeedDiverseBooks and #WeNeedDiverseMedia, so here’s my quick takes on movies, books, and TV I’ve been consuming. Recommendations for future roundups are very welcome. 203 more words

We Need Diverse Books

Bright and empty book or The Ausday

Australia Day today. But some people call it the “Invasion Day”.

Demonstrations and protests about the date of celebration of Australia Day are combined with happy walks with a colourful palette of all nationalities. 130 more words

Some Days Are Brighter

Massacre books a Myall off the mark

ONE of the earliest crimes I ever became aware of took place just a few kilometres from my home. It wasn’t recent and it wasn’t widely discussed between neighbouring farmers. 766 more words

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