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Resilience required: how and why Indigenous people use social media

Resilience required: how and why Indigenous people use social media

The online world is a lived experience for Aboriginal people, and it has real world impacts.

Morrison wants love and unity, and some culture wars too

Morrison wants love and unity, and some culture wars too

Scott Morrison has restarted two culture wars on Indigenous issues. The project of shoring up the Liberal Party base thus continues.

Can Daniel Andrews maintain good faith through the treaty process?

Can Daniel Andrews maintain good faith through the treaty process?

The Victorian government has a long way to go if Indigenous Australians are going to trust it to maintain good faith in treaty negotiations.

Deborah Cheetham is done with ‘cleaning up the mess of a white man’

Deborah Cheetham is done with ‘cleaning up the mess of a white man’

While the furore may have died down surrounding poor and inaccurate research in a book detailing Indigenous women musicians, Deborah Cheetham says the issue is an exhausting and common one that Indigenous Australians face regularly.

Indigenous people challenge the ‘lost knowledge’ of Australian bureaucracy

Indigenous people challenge the ‘lost knowledge’ of Australian bureaucracy

Uncomfortable though Indigenous Australians' laments may be to hear, the public servants from PM&C were delighted, writes editor at The Mandarin Harley Dennett.

Online map of Aboriginal massacres evinces the shocking truth of colonial violence

Online map of Aboriginal massacres evinces the shocking truth of colonial violence

Perhaps this time, finally, we can make the link between indigenous dispossession and the position of Aboriginal people today, writes secretary of the Honest History coalition David Stephens.

Has political correctness failed?

Has political correctness failed?

Chris Kenny thinks that political correctness has failed "the mainstream"-- but what on earth does this actually mean?

Indigenous gap remains stubbornly wide

Indigenous gap remains stubbornly wide

The 2017 Closing the Gap report shows disappointingly little progress toward targets for removing or reducing the gap in health and educational outcomes for indigenous Australians.

Video of the day: no Sam Kekovich in new Australia Day ad, but it causes a stir

Video of the day: no Sam Kekovich in new Australia Day ad, but it causes a stir

Last year, BuzzFeed was leaked a copy of the script, and reported that Aboriginal actors had distanced themselves from the production.

The space between the boxes: how white Australia ‘remembers’ Aboriginal Australia

The space between the boxes: how white Australia ‘remembers’ Aboriginal Australia

Every now and then, the real experiences of indigenous Australians disrupts our idea of things, but not nearly often enough, writes NT artist Therese Ritchie.