WGAR News A group of passionate educators are taking Aboriginal students from the classroom to the campfire to spark a love of science, technology and maths. "They learn to love these subjects, and come out feeling truly proud to be Aboriginal."
The report we released last week not only revealed the scale of Australian companies’ fossil fuel investments in low income countries, but why it’s so important that we act in solidarity with those who will be impacted the most: women.
Tomorrow, hundreds of people from across Queensland will be out in force in Brisbane to show Premier Palaszczuk’s government the strength of community pressure to stop Adani.
Australia’s new rightwing prime minister’s choice of a previous prime minister, Tony Abbott, as “special envoy” to Indigenous people has triggered their angry reactions.
By Diet Simon As recently as 1928 an officially endorsed massacre of innocent Aboriginal men, women and children was perpetrated by a white policeman leading a posse of horsemen in the Northern Territory of Australia . A police chief has apologised.
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