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Gallipoli to Coniston - Remembering Frontiers - Sydney
A Seminar and Art Exhibition that includes several sessions dedicated to the frontier wars associated with the invasion of nations in the great southern continent.

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Calma needs to keep his white views to himself: Blackman
Tom Calma needs to keep his white views to himself because he so far tied up with non-Aboriginal Australia, he can't possibly represent First Nations people.

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Why the number of deaths in the Frontier Wars do matter
If new research is right, Australia should be poised for a new debate about its bloody colonial genesis and the near eradication of one of the world's oldest peoples

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Prisoners of Frontier Wars - Blackbirding & Chain Gangs
Some of these images are od bob a fied prisoners of the undeclared frontier wars, but some are from peoples captured for slavery and from settler disputes.

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WA heritage changes: Cultural genocide vs mining dollars
WA Greens have joined forces with First Nations group in condemning proposed changes to the Aboriginal Heritage Act which threatens protection of important sites

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New image Gallery: Massacres during the European Invasion
There is a very dark and bloody history hidden from the Australian education curriculum and widespread denial by the governments and the mainstream media.

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Loser policy for remote childrens literacy
The 'flexible literacy' for remote schools simply takes a "Biggest Loser" approach to literacy teaching, by skilling and drilling students to the point of exhaustion.

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Loser policy for remote childrens literacy
The 'flexible literacy' for remote schools simply takes a "Biggest Loser" approach to literacy teaching, by skilling and drilling students to the point of exhaustion.

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ILC betrays Ngukurr First Nation youth
Indigenous Land Corporation is funded to assist First Nations people to acquire and manage land but the organisation is so corrupt that only whites seem to benefit.

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Wong-goo-tt-oo elder sings about Burrup rock art
Wong-goo-tt-oo elder Tim Douglas and Wilfred Hicks traveled to Canberra. Here Tim sings about the spiritual and cultural importance of the Burrup rock art.

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Audio: Undeclared "Wars"
In this audio file, Michael Anderson explains why the Sovereign Union refers to conflicts and massacres associated with the settlement of the British invaders. War was never declared. - And other Frontier Wars audio files.

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An Ancient Site in Australia's Outback
At the Barwon River near Brewarrina, a dusty outback town 800 kilometers northwest of Sydney, the Ngunnhu fish traps reflect ancient genius.

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Jandamarra, First Nation freedom fighter - Opera House
It's been a book, a documentary and a stage play. Now the story of Jandamarra, the freedom fighter from WA's Kimberley will be at Sydney Opera House.

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Nothing New In Libs Welfare Reforms, Ask the Blacks
The Abbott Government's likely expansion of welfare reforms, including the quarantining of people's entitlements has been done before.

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This continent had a history before 1788
Pat Anderson, the chairperson of the Lowitja Institute, drew from her own personal experiences on an address on health and wellbeing of children and youth.

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Carpetbaggers, mercenaries and corruption rip off
Western Australia has the nation’s highest median income – per capita it is the richest State. yet it has the highest homelessness rate.

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Out of the Silence
Year by year as the frontiers of settlement spread into the interior, dispossessed Aborigines responded to settlers' aggression with aggression.

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Frontier History Revisited - Colonial Queensland: Book
precisely written as a thorough rebuttal of K Windschuttle's work ... It has been written to knock him off his perch, and it succeeds.

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Remains of First Nation Tasmanians have arrived at Launceston
We bought our old folk home where they belong, they're finally home," delegation member Dave Warrener said, when four skulls returned from Chicago.

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Canadian First Nations are 'ecstatic' over ruling
First Nations people across Canada celebrate Tsilhqot'in First Nation's win in Supreme Court ruling. The significant victory gives hope to other First Nations peoples 'nations-wide'.

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Australian media fails the First Nations people
First Nations people excluded from voting until 1962, no citizenship rights and classed as "flora and fauna". British could arrive without a visa, get welfare, vote without being a citizen.

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Rosie Fulton to be freed after 21 months in jail with no conviction
Rosie Anne Fulton who was held in a WA jail without trial or conviction for 21 months, is to be moved to Alice Springs to be closer to her family.

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Government website calls for Constitutional Recognition submissions
Gov't will only want submissions on how to support Recognition - but this information might provide Activists to arrange Rallies at consultations etc.

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Wotton family launches class action over death in custody
Three First Nations residents on Palm Island NQ have launched a class action against the State of QLD and the Police Commissioner - follwing the death of Mr Doomadgee.

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UNESCO rejects Abbott's bid to destroy the Tasmanian forests
A UNESCO committee meeting in Doha took just seven minutes to consider the bid, which Portugal called "feeble", and setting an unacceptable precedent.

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'Go directly to jail card' for protesters in Tasmania
The Bill, if passed, will see first offence protesters fined between $2000 and $5000 fine and Second offence protesters a minimum 3 month - 2 years jail."

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Tent Embassy launched over North Lismore Plateau
A Tent Embassy at Nth Lismore has been set up to protect a sacred plateau from a property development of over 1,500 houses and sacred fires are burning.

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Healers working to keep traditional medicine alive
In APY lands in northern South Australia, Ngangkari healers work alongside doctors and medical staff in community clinics and hospitals

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Tasmanian First Nations peoples skulls return from Chicago
The Fuller anthropology collection in Britain was purchased by a Museum in Chicago in 1958 - they put up no barriers when asked for the repatriated of them.

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Defend and Extend Medicare Campaign launched
Doctors who charge too much find it difficult to compete with those that bulk bill, so the budget is designed to put all of the bulk billing doctors out of business.

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Tony Abbott's vision of society as a market
The ILC say they are offering employment and training opportunities but they get huge profits and leaving First Nation communities get nothing.

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ILC gets bigger while First Nations people suffer
The ILC say they are offering employment and training opportunities but they get huge profits and leaving First Nation communities get nothing.

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ILC gets bigger while First Nations people suffer
The ILC say they are offering employment and training opportunities but they get huge profits and leaving First Nation communities get nothing.

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Voices from the past: Aboriginal protests remembered
'Hereby Make Protest' is part of a continuing social history program at Carriageworks in Sydney. Australian locations people of historical significance

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Was smallpox outbreak of 1789 biological warfare against tribes?
An outbreak of smallpox in Sydney in 1789 killed thousands of Aborigines and weakened resistance to white settlement. Chris Warren argues it was no accident.

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Archaeological cave unearths artefacts 45,000 yrs
An archeological dig has revealed artefacts of early occupation so old they rival the dates of those found at sites of the earliest human settlement in Australia.

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Rosalie KM leads the way on culture and sovereignty
The time has come for the Sovereign people to roll back the layers of lies of theft, murder, pillage and rape and for the Nation to be built on massacres, lies and deceit.

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The murder of Eddie Murray
Eddie Murray was not arrested but detained under the NSW Intoxicated Persons Act. The police, one of them who killed him, said they found him hanging in a cell.

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First Nations boy in nappies locked in police van
A deplorable example of the devalued and unhappy lives of so many First Nations peoples across Australia - created by government policies of supression.

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The bone collectors: a brutal chapter in Australia's past
The remains of hundreds of First Nations people, dug up from sacred ground and once displayed in museums all over the world, are now stored in a Canberra warehouse.

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Aboriginal children taken into care due to 'misunderstandings'
Manager of the foster care agency, Virginia Dingo said the Department for Child and Family Support took shyness and fear as signs of emotional abuse.

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Amendments to WA Protection Act leaves sacred sites vunerable
Changes to the Aboriginal Heritage Act in WA gives decisions to the potential and established heritage sites to a CEO rather than a committee.

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A community hunted onto the streets in the name of Redevelopment
In March 2014 the WAPC ordered in contractors for the destruction and desecration of our Sacred Land of Lockridge Camps, and bulldozed the Swan Valley community.

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Our peoples experience widespread racism, even in health care
The authors found those who had experienced racism in a health setting were more likely to experience increased psychological distress: Research

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'Tough love' is the solution to youth unemployment: Abbott
Speaking to a business forum, Tony Abbott said that a solution to youth unemployment could be fixed by punishment - not by providing jobs apparently!

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Evidence for Indigenous Australian Agriculture
The assumption that Indigenous Australians did'nt develop agriculture is wrong, with a body of evidence revealing developed food production systems and large villages.

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WA children in temp rundown asbestos 'home'
While WA Gov't pretends to deliver $1.3 billion native title deal to the Noongar/Bibbullmun peoples, homeless children are forced to live in squalor.

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