Are Aboriginal mothers too scared to ask for help in case it results having their children stolen?

More proof: The criminal justice system is biased against First Nation People

The NSW 'Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research' tells us that the rise in Indigenous imprisonment in NSW is due to a combination of higher rates of arrest resulting in conviction, a greater likelihood of imprisonment given conviction and a higher rate of bail refusal.
We already know this, it's not rocket science, so why do the politicians refuse to do anything about it?

Maralinga: Sixty years on, the bomb tests remind us not to put security over safety

Aboriginal prisoners used as slave labour in Northern Terriory

The Northern Territory branch of the United Voice union says a program that allows prisoners to work at a central Australian salt mine for award wages is akin to slave labour.

The Territory Government says low-security prisoners are being trained for work at a potash project near Curtain Springs because the company had trouble recruiting staff. [node:read-more:link]

Why Being Pro-Black Isn't the Same as Being Anti-White

Why Being Pro-Black Isn't the Same as Being Anti-White

When we have the courage and audacity to reclaim our own humanity, this is how we can heal, this is how we can be better to ourselves and to other people, and this is how we will change the world.

Four Reasons Why Being Pro-Black Isn't the Same as Being Anti-White

Wazi Maret Davis Everyday Femenist 16 November 2015 [node:read-more:link]

NT Election Candidate Banned From Selling In First Nations Communities

An independent candidate for the seat of Nhulunbuy in this weekend’s Northern Territory election has recently been banned by the Federal Court from selling products and services to Aboriginal communities after a complaint of misleading deceptive conduct by Australia’s consumer watchdog, a NIRS investigation has revealed. [node:read-more:link]

Racism alive and well in the Territory

Ms Ryder

Five men from Alice Springs have used bankruptcy declarations to evade a court order to pay $180,000 compensation to a grieving indigenous mother of Trainee Ranger Kwementyaye Ryder over the death of her son when young white males went on a drinking binge. Brian Martin, the Commissioner of the Royal Commission in The NT Detention. Previously the Commissioner of the Royal Commission in The NT Detention of children in 2016, Brian Martin, was the Supreme Court Chief Justice of the Northern Territory and the judge in this case where he called a savage murder of an Aboriginal man, 'Manslaughter by negligence' when sentencing 5 white boys. [node:read-more:link]

NTSCORP and Gomeroi Native Title in Dot Point


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