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Australian First Nations people – misunderstanding their science
For thousands of years Australia's First Nations peoples used sophisticated navigation, using the stars and oral maps to support flourishing trade routes.

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Doris Pilkington Garimara, First Nations Novelist, Dies at 76
Doris was the author of 'Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence', 'Caprice: A Stockman's Daughter', 'Under the Wintamarra Tree' and 'Home to Mother'

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The Walkatjurra Walk - three weeks of desert in the name of Country
The 2014 Walkatjurra Walkabout protests Western Australia's biggest uranium deposit, owned by one of the worlds biggest uranium companies - Cameco.

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Arizona tribe to prosecute non-Indian under new law
The Obama administration passed a law where Indians can prosecute non-Indians relating to certain domestic violence situations on reservations.

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Almost half of the youths under supervision are First Nations
More than 2500, or almost half of total youths in supervision, were from First Nations families and alarming compared to the non-Indigenous figures.

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Petition: Reopen Swan Valley Nyungah Community
Petitioning the Leader of the Opposition in WA. Reopen Swan Valley Nyungah Community - 'Bring home the homeless'.

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First Nations elders launch a campaign to tackle youth suicide
The report of Indigenous Elders speaking out about this unrelenting loss and the pain suicide leaves behind and they challenge the federal government to help them.

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Tens of thousands children died in Canadian residential schools
The death records of First Nations children who died at residential schools in Canada have been handed to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

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Tribute to Mr. Roe written by Mark Jones from Save The Kimberley
Mr. Roe stood as a beacon. His strength was what got everyone through. He said that government and industry would enter his country over his dead body...

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First Nations artists fear gov't will scrap 'resale royalties scheme'
George Brandis is to decide the fate of the 'artists resale royalties scheme', designed to protect remote artists who were being ripped off by the industry.

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Quality of life: White Australia 2nd, First Nations 122nd
White Australia has the second highest quality of life in the world, 2nd only to Norway, but the neglected First Nations peoples come in at 122nd.

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Lex Wotton to break his silence
Lex Wotton, the heroic Palm Islander who was jailed after leading protests against racist police violence, is set to break a long silence.

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Muckaty trial to be held in Tennant Creek
The government is exploiting the NT's constitutional weakness by planning to build a nuclear waste facility there against traditional owners' wishes.

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Killing raises Ku Klux Klan link in Queensland
The Ku Klux Klan is alive and growing in Queensland, much to the chagrin of the national membership director of the Ku Klux Klan in America.

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How can Brandis’s bigots be stopped?
Andrew Bolt may have lost a court case, but all he got was a slap on the wrist. He still spews out his unending bile against Aboriginals, unions and the poor etc.

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Racial Discrimination Act - Submissions & Information
Racial Discrimination 18c: Legislation, legislation repeal details, sample submission, submission email address and petition link.

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The Great Australian Curriculum War
Australia: A territory invaded in 1788 by white colonialists who clashed violently with Indigenous Aborigines or a land that was settled peacefully?

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How Bolt should be punished
People like Andrew Bolt desperately need to be mocked. Mocked for their ignorance. Mocked for their paranoia. Mocked for their delusions of adequacy.

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The 'Top Five Acts' of racial discrimination in Australia
here's the top five acts of racial discrimination in Australian history that we all can reflect on with pride (NOT), in chronological order no less.

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Tasmanian First Nation peoples Plea to halt annual mutton bird hunt
Mutton birding is far more important for Aboriginal people than just catching and selling them. It's about a continuance of the cultural activity

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Indigenous elders condemn Northern Rivers gas exploration
Githabul elder Kevin Boota says the people speaking on behalf of the native title corp. were not representative of most elders in the NSW Northern Rivers region.

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Brown verse Western Australia - Native Title not extinguished
A High Court decision found that Native Title was extinguished by the granting of mineral leases, or by developments and construction. Inc. Court Download links.

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82 protesters arrested at Maules Creek open cut coal mine
Many of the 150 protesters were charged with trespass and have been bailed to appear in Narrabri Local Court on April 29.

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Protesters arrested for protecting sacred land
Maules Creek mine protesters arrested, including 92-year-old war veteran Bill Ryan, who served in Kokoda in WW2.

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Knights and dames in Abbott Land
Titles are designed to reinforce that some people are better than others. They invariably always turn out to be wealthy, educated and white.

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Racism makes me sick
Any type of stress can impact health, but none may be quite as toxic as the tension and anxiety people experience when they fear that they will be discriminated against.

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Rally plan to protest site demolition
Swan Valley community was closed down amid allegations of abuse, but many residents want to return because they don't feel safe in government housing.

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Australia perpetuates cultural genocide through forced removal
Aboriginal children were widely regarded as "morally deficient," explains the "Bringing Them Home" report: via 'Indian Country Today'.

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