Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples make up a disproportionately large amount of Australia’s prison population in a cycle that begins in childhood. Continue reading Justice for Indigenous youth
Social distancing has become the norm throughout the country in recent weeks, but is it actually viable for every Australian? Continue reading Social distancing ‘logistically impossible’ for Aboriginal Australians living in overcrowded, remote communities
Australia wore an Indigenous jersey for the first time in a Rugby World Cup when they faced Uruguay in Japan on October 5 at Oita Stadium. Continue reading Wallabies wear Indigenous jersey for first time in Rugby World Cup match
Indigenous Australians live vastly different and largely unpublicised lives in comparison to their white Australian counterparts. Continue reading What is Australia doing to promote an Indigenous voice in Parliament?
With the federal election this weekend, it is critical for whoever forms government to work hand-in-hand with Indigenous communities to address key issues and policies. Continue reading What the major parties are offering Indigenous Australians at the Federal Election
South Australia’s History Festival is running now until 31 May with events focusing on Indigenous Australian history being held all over the State. Continue reading South Australia’s History Festival explores Indigenous Australia
At times, the blend of intense boredom and distraction have me glued to my phone, scrolling hungrily through instagram profiles of click-bait people. Continue reading Lack of empathy towards Indigenous Australians surrounding the history of January 26 needs to improve
It is no secret Indigenous people in Australia experience much higher rates of contact with the justice system than white Australians. Continue reading Indigenous crime, how much time?