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Is there more behind 21 years of failure to reduce the Indigenous incarceration rates?

BR-20110415000312243631By Emma Purdy

21 years since the culmination of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, the most extensive inquiry in Australian history into Indigenous people's overrepresentation in the criminal justice system, little has changed.

 

The Commission found Indigenous prisoners didn't die at a higher rate than non-Indigenous prisoners, but blamed...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 April 2012 20:45

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A great tribute to my Mother

rosemary mum_&_dadThirty-seven years ago, my mother passed away. It was the middle of the week, a Wednesday, and we were living in Cunderdin, a small wheatbelt town on the Great Eastern Highway going towards Kalgoorlie. I remember I sent my two oldest daughters, Leanne and Diane, down to the post office to check if any mail had come for us. It was getting late in the afternoon and I was hurrying them up to catch...

 

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