After 98 years, Pte Miller Mack’s remains were re-interred at the Raukkan Cemetery on Friday 24th March.
In a landmark announcement on the 14th December 2016, Aboriginal Affairs Minister, Kyam Maher MLC has announced that the State Government will enter into treaty discussions with Aboriginal language groups in SA.
In October, our Treasurer took the TEDx stage to talk about #IndigenousDads, which he started with a single tweet and became a national movement to build positive stereotypes of Aboriginal fathers across Australia.
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When our Constitution was formed, Australia was a different place. Today, our national identity and our relationships as Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians greatly contrasts the ideas that were put forward in 1900.
Australia’s Shame – the Four Corner’s program has brought the abhorrent treatment of our children to the forefront of the national conscious. Like you, I felt outrage, pain and hopelessness at the images of those boys, tear-gassed, stripped, beaten, held down, locked up or hooded.