The Guardian • Aboriginal

Issue #2046


In her welcome at Fidel’s, a venue belonging to the Workers’ Club, Sally Mitchell, president of the Port Adelaide Workers’ Club and the Port Adelaide...

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Half the Sky column logo Issue #2074


Elle Bee Faith Bandler (1918 - 2015) was an activist and who dedicated her life to civil rights. Her father was from the South Sea Islands and...

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Issue #1994

Aboriginal flag ownership remains divisive

While some First Nations Australians are celebrating the now unrestricted right to use the flag, others are wary and sceptical. Earlier in January, the Australian...

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Warrarnku Ninti Festival Issue #2107

Warranku Ninti Festival

The Shire of East Pilbara worked with the First Nations Martumili Artists to offer a spectacular light and sound show at the Warrarnku Ninti Festival,...

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IWD Perth. Issue #2092

International Women’s Day 2024

IWD walk for peace – Perth This year on 8 March around 300 women in Perth walked through Perth CBD for the first IWD Peace...

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Invasion Day Melbourne. Woman holding a CPA Issue #2101

Sorry Day

Sunday 26 May 2024 marks seven years since the Uluru Statement from the Heart was issued by First Nations Peoples “from all points of the...

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Aunty Muriel Bamblett Issue #2107

NAIDOC week, 2024

Standing for National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee, NAIDOC week celebrates the history, culture, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in...

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Issue #2020

Stage set for Indigenous Voice to Parliament

Last month, at the Garma Festival in Arnhem Land, prime minister Anthony Albanese released the draft wording that would be inserted into the constitution that...

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Issue #2039


How to fund endless war? That is the question. That ‘tis better to grab workers’ retirement funds to build Australia’s military industrial complex and pour...

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Issue #2091

Save our Songlines

Mardudhunera woman, Federal Court victor and former Chair of the Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation, Raelene Cooper, has released her submission to the Federal government’s Offshore Petroleum...

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Issue #2058

Aboriginal housing: Australia’s biggest policy failure?

The inadequate if not negligent response of governments around Australia to the critical issue of Aboriginal housing – perhaps the country’s biggest policy failure –...

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Issue #2060

Why we support the YES campaign!

On 19th June 2023, Parliament passed a bill for a referendum to recognise Indigenous Australians in the Constitution,  and to give them a Voice to...

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Carrolup Aboriginal Children, 1945. Issue #2104

Remembering the Stolen Generations during National Reconciliation Week in WA

Every year the Western Australian Department of Justice puts on a symposium during Reconciliation Week that highlights a part of the State’s history of its...

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