Oscar Monaghan offers Indigenous Honi the pleasure of printing an especially unheard voice, writing from the intersectional perspective of a queer, Indigenous person of colour.
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.
Kyol Blakeney celebrates the inaugural Indigenous Honi and some of the upcoming events organised by the Wirriga Society.
Madison McIvor puts a new spin on Martin Luther King Junior’s plea for people of colour not to be “judged by the content of their skin, but the content of their character”.
Australian public art whitewashes our uncomfortable past, writes Matilda Surtees.
Joshua Preece is the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Officer of the National Union of Students. As a student of the University of Queensland, Preece stresses the need to maintain an Indigenous presence in Australia’s universities.