Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

Dora Dora massacre evidence accidentally uncovered

2023-10-07T17:20:41+11:00October 7th, 2023|

Former TV host Sheridan Jobbins has accidentally uncovered evidence of a massacre on Dora Dora Station in the Upper Murray, Victoria in the 1830s. Read more in Sarah Krieg's story, ABC Goulburn/Murray, Thursday 5 October 2023: 'Sheridan Jobbins was looking for a piece of land. What she found was [...]

How (hard) They Fought: sophistication of First Nations’ resistance

2023-05-08T13:32:36+10:00May 8th, 2023|

John Menadue's online Public Policy Journal, Pearls and Irritations, brings the caring and concerned among us more news about Dr Ray Kerhove's new book, How They Fought, Boolarong Press, 2023 about how First Peoples fought to resist invasion and colonisation of Country from 1788: Read Dr Kerhove's 1 May [...]

“Help Us Bury Our Dead” on 25 April 2023

2023-04-21T11:50:55+10:00April 21st, 2023|

Media Release  20 April 2023 "Help Us Bury Our Dead on 25 April 2023" Sovereign Union of First Nations and Peoples in Australia Asserting Australia's First Nations Sovereignty into Governance www.sovereignunion.mobi Ghillar, Michael Anderson, Convenor of the Sovereign Union, last surviving member of the founding four of the [...]

‘Stuff the British Stole’–New ABCTV series to air from 1 November 2022

2022-10-30T08:39:12+11:00October 30th, 2022|

Award-winning journalist, Marc Fennell, presents 'Stuff the British Stole', based on his podcast of the same title one ABC iView from 1 November 2022: Watch the trailer here: https://iview.abc.net.au/show/stuff-the-british-stole There's also a link to the podcast off this URL. You need to Login to the ABC to view the trailer. [...]

Site of frontier war and resistance protected by mine expansion refusal

2022-10-29T08:37:29+11:00October 29th, 2022|

A First Nations' site of frontier war and resistance, in the New South Wales' Hunter Valley, will be protected  following the Glencore coal mine expansion refusal. The New South Wales Independent Planning Commission has denied the extension because the heritage impacts of the project would have been too significant and irreversible. [...]

Aboriginal man reburied at Uluru nearly 90 years after police shoot him

2022-10-14T19:20:36+11:00October 14th, 2022|

Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia, Pixabay. The family of Yokun, an Aboriginal man shot and killed near Uluru, Northern Territory, in 1934 is calling for a government apology and compensation as the University of Adelaide and the South Australian Museum apologise for storing his remains for nearly 90 years. The call [...]

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