With 26 January once again upon us, do we celebrate the National Day or do we respect and commemorate Australia’s First Nations Peoples as the longest living culture, or can we do both?
What a strange couple of years it has been… we will be remembering the time of Covid-19 for many years ahead and it will become more and more evident how epoch-defining it is.
Incarceration Nation lifts the wool from Australia’s eyes. It provides the answers to the questions we often fall short of explaining, and most importantly it enables First Nations people and their voices to share first hand their experiences. It does so without the colonisers reinterpretation that serves to protect the integrity of Australia’s national identity.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, by necessity, are far more politically savvy than their fellow Australian citizens.
How the High Court decision settles the approach for compensation for extinguishment of native title rights, in a case with huge implications for native title law and beyond.