There are many dates throughout the year that are historically and culturally significant to First Nations people.
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.
The Coniston Massacre was the last documented massacre of First Nations people in Australia.
Learn about Acknowledgement of Country and Welcome to Country.
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.
April 2021 marks 30 years since the final report was released following the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.