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Academy Award nominee Yalitza Aparicio is hoping that her newfound success can serve as a source of inspiration to other Indigenous Mexicans who suffer inequality.
A painting of the proud Wiradjuri woman takes a permanent place in Canberra’s Parliament House.
More than 500 mums have taken part in the program since 2013 with results that buck national trends.
More contemporary Children books are telling stories of family diversity, multiculturalism and Indigeneity.
An incredible untold Australian true crime story, about an abducted 8-year-old girl and the Pitjantjatjara trackers who searched for her.
Veteran chef Kylie Kwong and Yuin man Dwayne Bannon-Harrison are helping to spread an important message.
He's never touched a drink in his life, yet an Indigenous entrepreneur has crafted a “delicious” beer using nuts from local trees.

 

 

 

 

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We Will Disrupt Racism in Media

OPINION: Strong 'blak' voices are deeply embedded in the media and are challenging the sector, on many fronts. Biased and discriminatory reporting will be powerfully...
OPINION: Our people have watched and waited long enough while successive Governments failed to deliver on the promise of equal standards of health, education and...
ANALYSIS: The Government's willingness to engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the refresh process, and to partner together moving forwards...
ANALYSIS: Historian and Professor at the University of Hawaiʻi, Lilikalā K. Kameʻeleihiwa explains that Captain Cook's death was a victory for the Hawaiian people...
OPINION: Recent allegations have exposed the violence experienced by many Aboriginal women and children, with very serious consequences for some in our community....
A number of big issues were identified by the Banking Royal Commission after preliminary consultations with Indigenous advocacy groups, but the final report has...
ANALYSIS: The Productivity Commission’s 722-page report on superannuation only makes explicit reference to issues faced by Aboriginal people twice, writes...
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Voting for the representative body will be open to all Victorian Traditional Owners, even those live overseas or elsewhere in Australia.
Friday's NRL All Stars game sparked calls for a more inclusive national anthem.
The Indigenous All-Stars used their pace to burn the New Zealand Maori in their All-Stars match in Melbourne, running in seven tries for a 34-14 win.
A protest has been held at the Chinese Consulate-General's office in Sydney calling for a NSW mining project to be scrapped.
The SA Premier said it was important to acknowledge "the wrongs of removal and offer some closure".
OPINION: Strong 'blak' voices are deeply embedded in the media and are challenging the sector, on many fronts. Biased and discriminatory reporting will be...
Adani CEO Jeyakumar Janakraj says: “By and large there is positivity in the community, especially in the Indigenous community."
More than 11,000 signatures have been collected in support of a fresh investigation.
OPINION: Our people have watched and waited long enough while successive Governments failed to deliver on the promise of equal standards of health, education and...
Barramundi and kangaroo, finger lime and saltbush. Italian chefs in Sydney are mixing tradition with native ingredients.

'Refreshed' Close the Gap targets will focus on progress and achievement

ANALYSIS: The Government's willingness to engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the refresh process, and to partner together moving forwards...
OPINION: How do you cross that invisible line that takes you from being in the Aboriginal 'good books' to being on the s**t list?, writes Summer May Finlay.
After years of speculation, researchers from La Trobe University believe they know what the hard growth on the cassowary's head is used for.
The Northern Tablelands hamlet of Tingha came close to being wiped off the map in a 19,000-hectare fire.
Leaders of advocacy groups are optimistic about holding greater sway on the government’s central strategy to overcome Indigenous disadvantage.
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