Mumirimina People of the Lower Jordan Valley
Learn about the Aboriginal history of Mangalore-Pontville and the Pontville Rifle Range/Detention Centre - Home of Kalamaruwinya
Talking Point: The Mercury, Friday 4th September 2015
Heather Sculthorpe says the last thing we need is another stolen generation, the Tasmanian Aboriginal community can look after its own kids. Click below to read the full article.
And all the children came back
Listen to the 936 ABC Hobart interview with Heather Sculthorpe, CEO.
APG submission Tas constitutional recognition
Recent article by the Beloit Daily News, Chicago Illinois
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Museum to Return Aboriginal Remains
The Field Museum in Chicago is returning the remains of three Aborigines taken from Tasmania at a time when European colonists, doctors and natural history researchers were looting burial grounds and massacre sites.
Aboriginal rights campaigners will attend a signing ceremony Wednesday at the Chicago museum. The documents will transfer the partial skulls to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Center, which has for years been seeking the return ...
The TAC will be sending a delegation to lobby the World Heritage Committee.
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AM is an influential ABC morning radio program broadcast nationally every day. The journalists on this program are proud of the credibility it enjoys in mainstream political reporting in Australia. One knows this by the assertive and authoritative tone that its reporters adopt in its presentation. On its own ABC website it states that, AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. AM sets the agenda for the nation's daily news and current affairs coverage. So one should expect that ...
CONSTITUTIONAL recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples seems to have captured the imagination of many white Australians, writes CHRIS GRAHAM. But are the motives really all pure?
Read more here.
A latter-day black Gordon Gecko preaching "Greed is Good".
Melbourne was recently privileged to receive a visit from Queensland's most famous Lutheran since peanut farming Premier Joh Bjelke-Peterson. I refer, of course, to the corpulent and verbose Aboriginal Man of the Moment, Mr. Noel Pearson. Whilst Mr. Pearson is apparently unkindly referred to by many in Aboriginal communities around Australia as the 'Cape York Cane Toad', he nevertheless is a popular man among the strange and disparate collection of his white acolytes ...