[Australia] The Apology

[Australia] The Apology

Phil Coomes – BBC News – Wednesday, 04 Junes 2014 (originally published 25 May) Photographer Aletheia Casey recently returned to Australia after living abroad for five years and began work on a project looking at the process of reconciliation and apology to indigenous Australians. To mark National Sorry Day in Australia, Casey writes about the […]

[Canada] Sisters' Day Out on Tuesday

[Canada] Sisters' Day Out on Tuesday

Northern Times – Friday, 21 February 2014 MALLEE District Aboriginal Services and the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service Victoria have teamed together to bring a Sisters Day Out® Workshop to the Aboriginal women in the Swan Hill region. The Sisters Day Out workshop is a day that celebrates Aboriginal culture and brings Aboriginal […]

Five questions to Amy McQuire: on Australia’s two worlds – one for black & one for white

Five questions to Amy McQuire: on Australia’s two worlds – one for black & one for white

 The Guardian News – Friday December 27, 2013 (originally published 18 Dec) Each week, a new guest hosts the @IndigenousX Twitter account to discuss topics of interest as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. In partnership with IndigenousX, we’re inviting its weekly host to tell us about who they are, what issues they’re passionate about, and what […]

An Australian aboriginal child can stand proud – Radio talk with Muriel Bamblett

An Australian aboriginal child can stand proud – Radio talk with Muriel Bamblett

WNN – Radio on Air (WNN) Victoria, AUSTRALIA: “We’re a people without status. We’re not formally recognized within the constitution. And it’s concerning that aboriginal people are scared to say they’re aboriginal,” says Muriel Bamblett, CEO of the CEO of the Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency in Victoria, Australia, who is herself aboriginal and a […]