The forced removal of children during the Stolen Generations created significant grief and trauma for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, the impact of which is still being felt today.
Race relations in Australia have a long and turbulent history. To truly improve, there needs to be significant change.
Australia's history includes widespread massacres of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Taking notice of the small stuff is an important part of First Nations thinking and notions of Country. This can be meditative and ground you in the present moment.
The Blak matriarchy is as staunch and unwavering as it is gentle and nurturing. So it makes sense that when First Nations women and gender diverse people come together, magic happens.
Using traditional place names is truth-telling in action. It's a step towards acknowledging First Nations sovereignty.
First Nations families whose loved ones have died in custody are leading the way for change. As the people most affected by deaths in custody, they are best placed to design solutions.