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Remember the Frontier Wars (1788-1934)

Historical Amnesia  

ANZAC Day is a commemoration of all Australians and New Zealanders “who served and died in wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations”.  However, only recognising wars and conflicts since World War 1, it effectively erases the history of conflict between First Nations peoples and colonial settlers from 1788 – 1934. 553 more words

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South Australia's Flinders Ranges declared a nuclear dump site

By Enice Marsh, Adnyamathanaka

Recently, six sites had been proposed as the Australian nuclear waste dump, at the end of April 2016, it was narrowed down to one, the foot of the Flinders Ranges, home of the Adnyamathanha people in South Australia. 810 more words

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Black Mist, White Rain

The ongoing threat of nuclear destroying our homelands

By Sue Coleman- Haseldine, Kokatha Mula

My name is Sue Coleman-Haseldine I am Kokatha Mula elder. I was born on Koonibba Aboriginal Mission in 1951 which is about 40 km west of Ceduna in South Australia. 1,527 more words

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Sovereign Perspectives

By Nawoola Loonmi Miriwoong (Kununnura, Western Australia)

Interviewed by Les Thomas of #SOSBlakAustralia

Can you tell us your name, your mob and a bit about the work you’ve been up to? 1,725 more words

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Kevin Christmas, Jim Maloney and Michelle Paul

Our guests today are Mi’kmaq land defender Michelle Paul, Sipekne’katik Warrior Chief Jim Maloney  and treaty defender Kevin Christmas.

They’ve all been involved in the fight to stop… 13 more words

Marap Indigenous Group claim back three oil palm plantation divisions in Arso

from our parters at SuaraPapua.com

translated by AwasMifee

First Published: April 29, 2016

Indigenous land owners from the Marap people in Arso have used customary law to take back oil palm land owned by PT PN II as part of its Arso plantation, specifically the Core III, Core IV and Core V divisions. 542 more words

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"Those who betray their people and their laws,

                         as a Tsimshian Sm’ooyget, are no longer considered to be a Sm’ooyget but a…

                                        ghost”

April 2016 Lax’ Uu’la Video Update. Please click link below for new video showing current events on Lax’ Uu’la (Lelu Island). 43 more words