The Redfern Tent Embassy is not just fighting for affordable housing, but Aboriginal autonomy and self-determination, writes Justin Pen.
Alex Tighe reports on the horrors of a young man, thrown behind bars without so much as a trial.
The 2014 Budget presents a grim future for eliminating Indigenous disadvantage, writes Astha Rajvanshi. Additional research provided by James Wilson.
Alicia Johnson on her journey with AIME.
What follows illustrates the nature of the racism Nathan Sheldon-Anderson has faced, based on first hand experience. Here, Sheldon-Anderson courageously challenges racism on behalf of a majority of Indigenous Australians and for people of colour at large. Indigenous Honi invites you to immerse yourself in his world…
Graduating with a Bachelor of Education (Humanities) and a Bachelor of Arts (English) in 2013, Narelle Daniels is now a teacher in an inner city high school. A single parent and a proud Yuin woman, Narelle shares her University of Sydney experience with Indigenous Honi.
In light of current practices, it is possible that the Stolen Generation may span across multiple generations, affecting the children of today. Tiarne Shutt writes about the lack of knowledge surrounding incidences of the removal of Indigenous children from their families.
Laura Webster is calling the Northern Territory Intervention what it is: the Ongoing Invasion.
Tiarne Shutt shares her review of the film Utopia, to be screened for students to enjoy during the Thursday of Indigenous Festival week.
Chloe Wighton shares her vision for Australia, reflecting on her family’s history and its indelible mark on her own life.