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…
Evelyn Corr on Land Management.
The beginning of this semester has been marked for me by visits to the Redfern Tent Embassy, and hearing stories from friends who travelled on the 50th Anniversary Freedom Ride. With first hand perspectives and experiences giving myself and others a greater understanding of Indigenous land issues and the constant disadvantages these groups face at…
Justin Pen explains why your lawyer is as important as your doctor.
Tom Joyner reports on a bitter feud behind the sale of the National Indigenous Times
Astha Rajvanshi thinks that there was a giant, marginalized elephant in the room at last week’s National Union of Students Presidents’ Summit
The winning entry in the 2014 Opinion Competition, by Ezreena Yahya.
White Australia has a Black history, writes Evelyn Araluen Corr.
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,…