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Yet some people are frightened to acknowledge our disgraceful past.
Lessons that are uncomfortable are not always bad, in fact learning itself is a dangerous act.
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Kynan Wykes, 10, and his year 4 class thought they were starting a normal school day when a nun walked into the classroom at 9.30am on Tuesday, holding a letter that she said came from the Prime Minis...
First Nations voices must guide this journey.
The number of indigenous children in out-of-home care is at crisis point.
The Labor Leader wants constitutional recognition this year and reparation for the stolen generations
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It's about bringing Indigenous people into line with other Australians, but the targets are getting away.
From reports of sexual abuse to poor employment prospects.
A landmark compensation package is set to be unveiled in NSW.
For not doing their job properly.
Aboriginal children make up less than five percent of the general population yet they make up 35 percent of children in out-of-home care. In my home state of WA, it is just over 50 percent. Many people are concerned that there is another stolen or lost generation happening.
I love this country. It is one where beers are always quiet, towns are named with the same word twice and everyone has been to Woop Woop at least once. I can't deny it; it's a bloody bewdy, this place. And any other day of the year, I would put another snag on the barbie and celebrate it.