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Mabo Day (June 3rd) is a significant day in Australian history but especially for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It commemorates the efforts of Eddie Koiki Mabo among others and their monumental fight for land rights against the state...
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The First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria and the State have made a shared commitment to truth telling through the Yoo-rrook Justice Commission. Yoo-rrook means ‘truth’ in the Wemba Wemba/Wamba Wamba language, which is spoken in the north-west region of Victoria....
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You went to a march. You shared some content. You elevated bla(c)k voices. You followed bla(c)k accounts. You donated. You signed a petition. You brought from bla(c)k businesses––Now what? Image source: Instagram. Photographer: @alesha.caroline In the weeks leading up to January 26,...
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January 26– 3 Bla(c)k Opinions On January 26, 1938, a large group of Aboriginal people donned in black clothing to represent mourning–gathered, marched and made protest against the mistreatment of Aboriginal people and communities, and the 150th celebration of the...
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