Girringun rangers conduct first women-only controlled burn

[Sharnie Kim and Adam Stephen, ABC]

Five female rangers from the Girringun Aboriginal Corporation in north Queensland conducted a cool burn at Cardwell last month to reduce fuel loads and help conserve the endangered mahogany glider.

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Pattie Lees was called a 'coconut' for being too 'white'

[Zara Margolis and Kelly Butterworth, ABC]

Ms Lees knew she needed to tell her story of her struggles as a light-skinned Aboriginal woman and her experience as a member of the Stolen Generations, and that is how she came to write her book, A Question of Colour.

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Tens of thousands train in contact tracing for the bush

[supplied by ANU]

More than 50,000 people have accessed specialised pandemic training for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers and health practitioners to help protect remote Australian communities from coronavirus outbreaks.  

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Black Lives Matter: Police Ram Disabled Aboriginal - Call for Full Investigation

[supplied by Dianne Roberts]

Sydney lawyer, Stewart Levitt, who has acted for members of the Palm Island community since 2006, has called on the Queensland Crime and Corruption Commission to investigate the vehicle ramming of Jawan Kerr by Palm Island Police on Saturday 29" August, 2020 on Palm Island.

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