Category: Opinion Published Date
Emma Purdy analyses some of the reasons behind the ongoing over-incarceration of Indigenous youths and their scandalous consequences.
Peter Schultz sat alone in the paddy-wagon's cage as it drove even farther away from his hometown, wishing he was back with his parents. It was dark outside in outback Western Australia and he didn't know where he was. He was frightened.
Peter was 12. One evening in March...
"Police just took our kids at the point of their guns"
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