Protesters gathered on Gadigal Land in Sydney yesterday to condemn Albanese’s public holiday and push for the abolition of the monarchy.
Members of FISTT have previously participated in the news outlets' reporting of the Black Lives Matter movement.
In conversation with Gadigal descendant Nadeena Dixon about the reclamation of land for community, justice and dialogue.
Few of the recommendations from the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody have been implemented.
In conversation with artists about the difficulties of protecting Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property.
Speaking to the activists fighting Santos on Gamilaraay land.
The protest called for an independent body to investigate Aboriginal deaths in custody.
The protest was organised by Grandmothers Against Removal to mark 13 years since Sorry Day
Speakers condemned police for lack of transparency and accountability.
UNSW's response to the Stand With Tess campaign shows it once again is failing its Indigenous staff