It’s no accident that Blak Australia has survived the pandemic so well. Survival is what we do

[Melissa Lucashenko, The Guardian]

The mob solidarity born out of classical Aboriginal culture was there as it always is; Australia might only rarely value our lives, but we do, and we know how to stick together to protect them.

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Traditional owners lose federal court bid to protect culturally significant sites at NSW coal mine

[SBS]

Gomeroi woman Dolly Talbott had argued Ms Ley made a legal error when deciding the potential economic and social benefits of the Shenhua Watermark open cut coal mine on the Liverpool Plains outweighed the heritage value of the significant Aboriginal sites.

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Does Australia have a blurred history of James Cook?

[by Claire Lhuede]

National Indigenous Television (NITV) is proud to present Looky Looky Here Comes Cooky, a timely documentary inviting audiences to look at the arrival of the HMB Endeavour through First Nations’ eyes, 250 years on from James Cook’s landing.

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Indigenous-owned social enterprise transforming their approach to employee wellbeing

[by Rachel Ecclestone]

For social enterprise grant recipient Bama Services, who provide employment and training opportunities for Indigenous Australians, this year will mark the 11th year of support from the Foundation.

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