Both major parties continue to see our community as a problem that requires solving. Nothing will be solved until we have a seat at the table.
Crikey readers discuss Closing the Gap and other low points in Australian politics.
Policies are made in Canberra with the best of intentions, but in remote Western Australia, the outcome is very different to what politicians imagined. East Kimberley Homelessness Project co-ordinator Rachelle Irving details life on the ground.
We maintain the fiction that media can provoke great change, but that's not really the case.
The rates of end-stage kidney disease in remote areas are up to 30 times the national average. Why are so many Aboriginal people dying from a preventable disease?
Aboriginal men suffer from the worst health and social outcomes in Australian society. Reconciliation Australia co-chair Tom Calma says they need support if to achieve true reconciliation.