Use the natural forces of K’gari to explore the controversial fake news story behind Fraser Island.

Use the natural forces of K’gari to explore the controversial fake news story behind Fraser Island.

A map of the NSW Colony thought to have been drawn in 1838, the year of the Myall Creek Massacre

A map of the NSW Colony thought to have been drawn in the year of the Myall Creek Massacre

Storytelling isn't always made up

Storytelling isn't always made up 7000 year old Aboriginal Yale -truth in the story!

Owning our Aboriginal history: teaching resource for aboriginal studies

Owning our Aboriginal history: teaching resource for aboriginal studies

Stars that vary in brightness shine in the oral traditions of Aboriginal Australians

A new look at some of the oral traditions of Aboriginal Australians shows a deep understanding of three red-giant variable stars, long before European observers.

Fact check: Was Lachlan Macquarie a mass murderer who ordered the genocide of Indigenous people? - Fact Check - ABC News

Fact check: Was Lachlan Macquarie a mass murderer who ordered the genocide of Indigenous people? - Fact Check - ABC News

The powerful image you see depicted here is of two great but different leaders, Vincent Lingiari, a fiercely, proud and respected Gurindji man from Daguragu, Wattie Creek Station, in the Northern Territory and Gough Whitlam, the 21st Prime Minister of Australia is one of the iconic images that make up the opening credits of The Point with Stan Grant.

Vincent Lingiari & Gough Whitlam: the story behind the image

The custom of Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement to Country is said to have been practiced in Aboriginal communities long before the British invasion. But what shaped the revival of acknowledgment in recent times?

The custom of Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement to Country is said to have been practiced in Aboriginal communities long before the British invasion. But what shaped the revival of acknowledgment in recent times?

Aboriginal Australians co-existed with the megafauna for at least 17,000 years

The extinction of the giant reptiles, marsupials and birds that once called Australia home has been the subject of much debate, including the role early Australians may have had on their fate.

Wave Hill walk-off | Right Wrongs

Wave Hill walk-off | Right Wrongs

The Freedom Rides: Australia Takes Note

Past hosts Sarah and Deblina tell the story of the Freedom Riders and their impact on civil rights in the United States, and how that spread to Australia.

Compounding a long history of betrayal | Inside Story

Compounding a long history of betrayal | Inside Story

St John Fisher College Library: 11 Modern History - Indigenous Australia

St John Fisher College Library: 11 Modern History - Indigenous Australia

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