Julie Tongs OAM is angry that a proposed investigation into systemic racism at an ACT prison will not take place.
A proposed investigation into racism at the ACT’s prison, the Alexander Maconochie Centre (AMC), will not take place.
Indigenous Canberrans will administer more than $7 million in partnership with the ACT Government, on priorities they themselves have identified.
A new North Canberra Aboriginal family service has received $25,000 from the ACT Government to help with start-up costs.
Born from the collaborative vision of Worimi man Kieran Hynes and his fellow Indigenous classmates at a Melbourne Business School masterclass two-years-ago, Canberra’s Indigenous Business Precinct in Fyshwick is now open.
Accomplished Canberra community leaders Cindy Mitchell, Dion Devow and Francis Owusu were all moved by the recent Black Lives Matter protests.
A panel of Indigenous professors, politicians, authors and activists have spoken of the shared trauma of colonisation, child removal, custodial deaths, and cultural genocide while identifying truth telling as a pathway to peace in an online forum on Monday (22 June).
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Canberrans are able to mark Reconciliation Day at home this year via online engagement and family-friendly activities.