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Djab Wurrung protesters prepare for the worst, hope for the best

Djab Wurrung protesters prepare for the worst, hope for the best

Campers hoping to save the Djab Wurrung trees are bracing for cops but, despite the eviction deadline passing, they are yet to come.

'We have wasted too much time doing heavy lifting for white Australia': Stan Grant

'We have wasted too much time doing heavy lifting for white Australia': Stan Grant

The Australian Dream is a story about Adam Goodes. But, more broadly, it's the story about being blackfella in Australia.

For some in Australia, unemployment is worse now than during the Great Depression

For some in Australia, unemployment is worse now than during the Great Depression

Can we really say Australia has "good" unemployment rate when 21% of Indigenous Australians can't find jobs?

Treaty now: why treaty makes more sense than a 'voice'

Treaty now: why treaty makes more sense than a 'voice'

The simpler the instrument — such as a single treaty — the greater the symbolic and material power, and the better it would serve as a base for fully material secondary treaties and recognitions

If water is life, our country is now a graveyard

If water is life, our country is now a graveyard

Our waterways are running dry and we're on the precipice of complete environmental destruction.

Why a banned book of sacred Indigenous knowledge is still available for sale

Why a banned book of sacred Indigenous knowledge is still available for sale

The case of Nomads of the Australian Desert sheds light on the legal system's struggle to reckon with the publication of sacred Indigenous material.

Uluru is not yours to climb

Uluru is not yours to climb

Even if you put aside basic cultural and spiritual respect, a look at the raw legal fact will tell you Uluru is as much public land as Pauline Hanson’s house is public land.

The immense problem with Australian political journalism

The immense problem with Australian political journalism

Last week the media only took a few hours to switch from coverage of Indigenous recognition to instead focus on niche political responses to it. Unfortunately, this isn't unusual.

What's next for Indigenous reparations?

What's next for Indigenous reparations?

Queensland may have agreed to pay Indigenous workers whose wages were stolen by the state, but the national issue of reparations is far from over.

Anti-recognition forces marshall within the government

Anti-recognition forces marshall within the government

Despite a promise to hold a referendum this term, the push for Indigenous recognition will fail unless a denialist rump within the Coalition can be prevented from derailing the process.