Neil Morris of DRMNGNOW yarns with us about what land back means to him and what a land back future could look like.
Water sovereignty is about First Nations people having control over waters they traditionally and rightfully own.
At the time of writing, 439 First Nations people have died in police custody in Australia since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody in 1991. None of these deaths have led to a single conviction of any person involved.
Talei Elu is a Saibai Koedal woman from Seisia — a small Torres Strait Islander community in remote Cape York. We yarned with Talei for our 5 Changemakers, 5 Days campaign.
Mililma May is a staunch Danggalaba Kulumbirigin Tiwi woman and co-founder of UP. We yarned with Mililma for our 5 Changemakers, 5 Days campaign.
Hayley McQuire is a Darumbal and South Sea Islander woman and the co-founder of NIYEC. We yarned with Hayley for our 5 Changemakers, 5 Days campaign.
Cormach Evans is a Yorta Yorta man and founder of both Ngarrimili and Strong Brother Strong Sister (SBSS). We yarned with Cormach for our 5 Changemakers, 5 Days campaign.
The Aboriginal Tent Embassy is the longest ongoing protest for First Nations land rights in the world. And it began with four First Nations fellas and a beach umbrella.
Invasion Day, widely known as Australia Day, marks the beginning of a long and brutal colonisation of people and land.