Shayma Taweel reflects on the 200th anniversary of the Appin Massacre.
Mike Butler is a Jagalingu man and is currently serving as SUPRA’s Indigenous Officer
Dunghutti woman Katerina Bampos looks at what is really causing the gap in Indigenous health
Natasha Gillezeau explores the implications of structural racism on Indigenous access to sexual health
Crystal Coelho explores the racist reality of a childhood toy
Camilla Corbett is a Kamilaroi woman studying a Bachelor of Music Education and celebrities.
Another year goes by and, again, I find myself huddled up in the Honi office for a few more weeks. I’ve been overusing Facebook ‘stickers’ as unrelated reaction images amidst a flurry of typing, laying up and begging my contributors to please send their work in so I can edit it! I’ve been so snowed…
The University of Sydney is just a few minutes’ walk away from Redfern Park, where Prime Minister Paul Keating once stood and declared shame on behalf of his country for the crimes committed against Indigenous Australians throughout history. When Keating stood in in that park and claimed responsibility for these atrocities- admitting, at long last,…
All your SRC news from Week 11.
It is both a privilege and a pleasure to be able to deliver a newspaper packed full of our culture to you, our readers. It is my hope that this inaugural edition of Indigenous Honi will found a tradition that will continue to provide students with an opportunity to develop a richer appreciation for Indigenous cultures and…