A review of studies of Parramatta demonstrates an extensive deep-time archive of Indigenous activity extending over 14,000 years.
The recent discovery of the bodies of Indigenous children being found in Canada reminds us of the dark history of Australia’s treatment of young First Peoples and children here in Australia.
As Barty emulates Evonne Goolagong Cawley’s achievement in 1971, it’s an opportunity to celebrate and to learn.
A public consultation process sought feedback on design options for the Indigenous Voice to parliament. Our analysis shows the findings of these sessions.
We need to stop taking Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children out of their homes and listen to elders instead.
Australia’s curriculum is being reviewed for the first time since 2014. The proposed changes include positive additions to acknowledge our many cultures. But there are some reductive changes, too.
Linda Burney on the treatment of Indigenous Women.
Michelle Grattan discusses the treatment of indigenous women in isolated communities with Shadow Minister for Indigenous Australians Linda Burney.
Spanish artist Santiago Sierra’s request for the blood of First Nations’ people in a now cancelled artwork prompted widespread disgust. We need Black curators who work from community standpoints.
A new film about Bangarra Dance Theatre carries the deep Indigenous knowledge and personal trauma behind its 30-year history.
First Nations people have almost no say in how water is used in Australia. The Productivity Commission’s latest report does little to address that.
There is a quiet process underway, aimed at achieving the recognition of the First Nations that has so far eluded Australia.