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Constitution Recognition campaigners hit a brick wall at grass roots

Ghillar Michael Anderson exposes the consequences of the insidious nature of colonial social engineering which used the 'dog tag' to divide against First Nations. People issued the 'dog tag' or 'exemption certificate' were 'exempted' from being Aboriginal and partially accepted into the colonial society on its terms, namely they were not allowed to associate with their own kind, known as the 'grassroots communities'. Read more about Constitution Recognition campaigners hit a brick wall at grass roots

South Australian First Nations people face a new nuclear test

Dumping waste on country

Earlier this year South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill announced that a royal commission would be held to consider the feasibility and viability as well as the risks and opportunities associated with four areas of the nuclear fuel cycle, including storage of radioactive waste.

Kevin Buzzacott, an Arabunna Elder puts it this way: 'If we look after this old country, the country will look after us ... How could I cut off my knee or part of my knee? I won't work without parts of me. Same for country. Read more about South Australian First Nations people face a new nuclear test

First shipment of nuclear waste on its way, as we speak

The first shipment of Australia's nuclear waste to be returned from re-processing in France has now left a French port, and will arrive on our shores by the end of the year. The return of the 25 tonnes of nuclear waste is putting renewed pressure on the Federal Government to find a location for a permanent waste dump. The shipment began its journey just a day after senior Aboriginal women gathered in Adelaide to mark their fight against a proposed dump in South Australia in the 1990s. The women say they will fight against any new move to put the waste on their land. Read more about First shipment of nuclear waste on its way, as we speak

Womin-Jeka Dja Dja Wurrung: Welcome to Dja Dja Wurrung Country

Following the recent racist activities towards the Muslims wanting to build a mosque in Bendigo, Victoria, the rightful owners of the land speak out: "We are the people of this land, a land that was taken from us by a violent and racist state. And now a new group of white men are trying to tell the People of this land who are and are not welcome. There is no honour in that ..." Gary Murray released the media statement stating; 'We are the people of this land, a land that was taken from us by a violent and racist state. And now a new group of white men are trying to tell the People of this land who are and are not welcome. There is no honour in that ...' Read more about Womin-Jeka Dja Dja Wurrung: Welcome to Dja Dja Wurrung Country

'Treaties of Unity' - Alice Springs meeting September 2015 - 7 Videos

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