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Aboriginal Contemporary Issues

Comments & News Articles

Three in four people hold negative view of Indigenous people
National Indigenous Television TV - NITV - SBS  
COAG statement on the closing the GAP Refresh    
Contours and prospect for Indigenous recognition in the Australian constitution    

CORONAVIRUS - URGENT MESSAGE 4 INDIGENOUS COMMUNTITIES

Indigenous Recognition in Constitution news    
Coronavirus information for Yolnu People (YouTube)    
     

There are 3 different ways you can access the podcasts, both online and offline, and also with English subtitles.

 

(A) On our Djambatjmarram website the 4 programs are combined into one continuous audio file. Go to Introduction to the Coronavirus / COVID-19

https://www.djambatjmarram.com/resources/73/

Need to take the info offline to share where there is no internet? On SoundCloud you can download the information here .
The 4 programs are combined into one continuous audio file.


https://soundcloud.com/user-204601142/series-73-corona-virus-introduction-how-to-stop-it-immune-system
ABC Indigenous News - Reports & Analysis - Sport

Increased Indigenous representation in Parliament welcome

Educational Portals for GPRA
 

 Issues affecting Indigenous Australians

Tales of Sorrow Apology - sorry it's taken so long
Brendon Nelson Engaging with Indigenous Australia
Indigenous Lost Generation Historical Interactions (Aboriginies & European Pastoralists)
Malcolm Fraser A Guide to Australia's Stolen Generation
Australia says sorry (images) Social Justice and Human Rights
Reconciliation Australia School Resources RightsEd: Bringing the home
Reflections on the apology: Kevin Rudd The healing journey
Stolen Generation: ART Australia Day - Invasion Day
Constitutional recognition of Aboriginal people Aboriginal Socities: The Experience of Contact
Impact of Social Darwinism Racism in Aboriginal Australia
Protests against Intervention What is Reconciliation?
Questions and Answers Constitutional Recognition
Aboriginal Reconciliation Protocols for Consultation and Negotiation
National Reconciliation Week 2018 National Reconciliation Week Resources
National Indigenous Times (NIT) Learning about Aboriginal Histories and Cultures
Ecology and Society Bridging the Gap or Crossing a Bridge?

The Apology

Historic Apology to the Stolen Generation - Wednesday 13 February 2008

Significant Dates Speech Kevin Rudd
National Apology National Sorry Day in Australia
A Nation Apologises What good was the apology
Paul Keating Speech Stolen Generations Images

Sorry apology to Stolen Generations

National Sorry Day 26th May

Testimonies

 

 Protest Movements
Aboriginal Protest Movements (1940s - 1972) How activism brought about change
Indigenous Australia Timeline (1901 - 1969) Eddie Mabo and Indigenous land rights
Aboriginal land rights Stolen Wages
Did Indigenous protest songs change anything? The Fights for Civil Rights
Aboriginal Freedom Fighters (images) About Constitutional Recognition
Student Action For Aborigines Aboriginal prison rates
Charles Perkins (Aboriginal Activist) Cashless welfare card ignites shame

Black Armband

The `Black Armband' history has come to define a growing reappraisal of Australia's past, demonstrated through public remembrances like Sorry Day. It was a label of derision, a blanket term designed to dismiss increasingly critical approaches to Australian history as unnecessarily bleak and overly `emotional'. This `black Armband' tag was a strategic conservative swipe at histories that revealed Australia's past as racist and violent... "History in Black and White: A Critical Analysis of the Black Armband Debate" by Anna Clark.

Black Armband History The History Wars in Australia
Different perspectives on Black Armband History White Australia Policy
Perspectives on Black Armband History Different perspectives

Music

Black Arm Band

Celebrating the past & revolutionising the future of Indigenous Australia through music

 

 

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