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Annual photo shoot marks black rights

CommunityFirst Nations Peoples are still jailed at some of the highest rates in the world, and a terrible and tragic addendum to that is that First Nations Peoples are still dying in custody, often in situations where they need not be incarcerated at all.

One of the world's populations that suffers similar, if not worse incarceration rates are our African American brothers and sisters.

Each year, First Nations...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 05:55

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Booroongen’s successfully conserves endangered species

Community picRecently Booroongen Djugun College (BDC) celebrated the successful completion of a three year Environmental Trust grant, the 'Jidaanga Cultural Project - Endangered Phaius australis' to save an endangered species from extinction.

The Aboriginal community driven project, established through the urging of a distinguished Aboriginal Elder the late Aunty Maggie J Morris, who by sharing her stories of...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 September 2014 08:48

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