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Daily Pennsylvanian
Quechua classes give students a look into indigenous cultureis, few would recognize Quechua. But just as many people — about six to eight m
Quechua classes give students a look into indigenous culture
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted 20 minutes ago
is, few would recognize Quechua. But just as many people — about six to eight million — speak each language. Quechua is an indigenous language spoken in central Andean countries such as Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru. The Penn Language Center began... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Celebrating togetherthe word: Kieran Shipp, Josephine Zola, Anne Worthing and Scott Fox from NSW Fa
Celebrating together
Daily Liberal / Posted 41 minutes ago
the word: Kieran Shipp, Josephine Zola, Anne Worthing and Scott Fox from NSW Fair Trading. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE Indigenous and non-indigenous people alike took to the streets on Wednesday for Dubbo’s annual NAIDOC March. The march,... Read more
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The Coast
Rocky Jones’ revolutionary wordsincludes bringing the Black Panthers to Canada, being a founding member of the
Rocky Jones’ revolutionary words
The Coast / Posted 45 minutes ago
includes bringing the Black Panthers to Canada, being a founding member of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia, the Indigenous Black and Mi'kmaq Law Program as well as Dalhousie's Transition Year Program, to name a few. Burnley "Rocky"... Read more
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express
Queen's English to be WIPED OUT from London 'due to high levels of immigration'upper teeth. Multicultural London English – a mixture of Caribbean, West Afric
Queen's English to be WIPED OUT from London 'due to high levels of immigration'
express / Posted an hour ago
upper teeth. Multicultural London English – a mixture of Caribbean, West African and Asian accents – is already wiping out indigenous cockney and South East accents.Related articles Sexiest Apprentice ever? Beauty queen and make-up artist battle... Read more
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Western Advocate
Lane, Roses confident of WAC Knockout winMudgee Dragons, Orange Hawks, Blayney Bears and Oberon Tigers before landing at
Lane, Roses confident of WAC Knockout win
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
Mudgee Dragons, Orange Hawks, Blayney Bears and Oberon Tigers before landing at CYMS, is certainly no stranger to the Indigenous Knockout, having played a pivotal role for WAC in previous years. Although, that has been and will again be at... Read more
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Manning River Times
Croc Watch: How can we resolve the conflict between crocs and humanspark also offers a window onto a factor that complicates management: 70 per cen
Croc Watch: How can we resolve the conflict between crocs and humans
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
park also offers a window onto a factor that complicates management: 70 per cent of the Territory's crocodile habitat is on indigenous land, but there are serious differences between clan groups about how to treat the animals. "It's not only about... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Powerhouse clubs named in 'revolutionary' AFL women's competitionover the past five years. Female participation [has reached] 25 per cent of the
Powerhouse clubs named in 'revolutionary' AFL women's competition
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
over the past five years. Female participation [has reached] 25 per cent of the total number of Australians playing our indigenous game."'Women at their most powerful' to star in new league One the most high-profile female players, Daisy... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival Indiaa minority. It is looting, plundering and taking away our resources,” Baloch sa
Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival India
Eye Witness News / Posted an hour ago
a minority. It is looting, plundering and taking away our resources,” Baloch said. Baloch and other separatists fear that indigenous Baluch people, who are estimated to number about 7 million people out of Pakistan’s 190 million population, will... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Perry Bellegarde: Site C dam approval another violation of First Nations rightsOn the occasion of the 9th anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on the
Perry Bellegarde: Site C dam approval another violation of First Nations rights
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 2 hours ago
On the occasion of the 9th anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, many are wondering how Canada squares its “unqualified support” for the UN declaration with its decisions to issue permits and approvals for... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival Indiaa minority. It is looting, plundering and taking away our resources," Baloch sa
Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival India
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 hours ago
a minority. It is looting, plundering and taking away our resources," Baloch said. Baloch and other separatists fear that indigenous Baluch people, who are estimated to number about 7 million people out of Pakistan's 190 million population, will... Read more
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Canberra Times
Entries are now open for the October Clique ChallengePoint, Sydney. 19th March 2014. Photo by Tamara Dean Photo: Tamara Dean Bush t
Entries are now open for the October Clique Challenge
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
Point, Sydney. 19th March 2014. Photo by Tamara Dean Photo: Tamara Dean Bush to Beach celebrates 10 years providing indigenous kids with beach safety, education and a chance to travel to the coast from rural NSW. Photographed at South... Read more
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Junkee
Why I Won’t Be Standing For The National Anthem At The Grand Finalchance of us being incarcerated in the first place. Aboriginal children are 26
Why I Won’t Be Standing For The National Anthem At The Grand Final
Junkee / Posted 2 hours ago
chance of us being incarcerated in the first place. Aboriginal children are 26 times more likely to be imprisoned than non-Indigenous people. Aboriginal people are 74 percent more likely to end up in prison as adults. Now, tell me the odds aren’t... Read more
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CBC.ca
Yukon First Nation to Will and Kate: Help us strengthen our relationship with the CrownThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their Yukon visit Wednesday afterno
Yukon First Nation to Will and Kate: Help us strengthen our relationship with the Crown
CBC.ca / Posted 2 hours ago
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their Yukon visit Wednesday afternoon in Carcross, where they experienced some Indigenous culture and absorbed some stunning scenery. Prince William and Kate were also given some food for thought from a... Read more
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Swissinfo
Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival Indiaa minority. It is looting, plundering and taking away our resources," Baloch sa
Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival India
Swissinfo / Posted 2 hours ago
a minority. It is looting, plundering and taking away our resources," Baloch said. Baloch and other separatists fear that indigenous Baluch people, who are estimated to number about 7 million people out of Pakistan's 190 million population, will... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Surprise declaration of native heritage delays sentencing in violent jewelry heist casereport. That little detail was enough to require a so-called Gladue report, a
Surprise declaration of native heritage delays sentencing in violent jewelry heist case
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 hours ago
report. That little detail was enough to require a so-called Gladue report, a specialized pre-sentence report for indigenous people. And waiting for the report could delay his sentencing for months. The judge couldn't hide his skepticism... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dennis Doolan had dropped weapon when shot by police in Cowra, witness sayswatched the entire incident unfold over about 40 minutes on Wednesday morning.
Dennis Doolan had dropped weapon when shot by police in Cowra, witness says
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
watched the entire incident unfold over about 40 minutes on Wednesday morning. It culminated in Mr Doolan, 32, a local Indigenous man, being shot once in the left buttock by a male officer following a series of confrontations with police... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Barkindji Warrior eyeing Tokyo Olympicsyou.” And she’s sharing more than just her story, making 10-hour car trips fro
Barkindji Warrior eyeing Tokyo Olympics
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
you.” And she’s sharing more than just her story, making 10-hour car trips from her home in Melbourne as she completes an Indigenous Trauma and Recovery Practices course at the University of Wollongong, a field in which she plans to... Read more
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Mashable
Shocking images of police shooting Aboriginal man swarm social mediaA 32-year-old Indigenous man identified by locals on social media as Dennis Joh
Shocking images of police shooting Aboriginal man swarm social media
Mashable / Posted 2 hours ago
A 32-year-old Indigenous man identified by locals on social media as Dennis John "DJ" Doolan is in a critical but stable condition after being shot by police in Cowra, Australia, on Wednesday afternoon. Witnesses who captured footage of the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival Indiaa minority. It is looting, plundering and taking away our resources," Baloch sa
Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival India
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 hours ago
a minority. It is looting, plundering and taking away our resources," Baloch said. Baloch and other separatists fear that indigenous Baluch people, who are estimated to number about 7 million people out of Pakistan's 190 million population, will... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival Indiaa minority. It is looting, plundering and taking away our resources," Baloch sa
Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival India
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 hours ago
a minority. It is looting, plundering and taking away our resources," Baloch said. Baloch and other separatists fear that indigenous Baluch people, who are estimated to number about 7 million people out of Pakistan's 190 million population, will... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
First Nations split on Ottawa's Pacific NorthWest LNG decisionOgen-Toews, CEO of the First Nations LNG Alliance, said the federal decision ma
First Nations split on Ottawa's Pacific NorthWest LNG decision
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
Ogen-Toews, CEO of the First Nations LNG Alliance, said the federal decision may help overcome some opposition in indigenous communities because there are so many hurdles that still need to be cleared. “The highlight of this decision is... Read more
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Reuters
Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival Indiaa minority. It is looting, plundering and taking away our resources," Baloch sa
Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival India
Reuters / Posted 3 hours ago
a minority. It is looting, plundering and taking away our resources," Baloch said. Baloch and other separatists fear that indigenous Baluch people, who are estimated to number about 7 million people out of Pakistan's 190 million population, will... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tackling for the sisterhood in Aboriginal women's rugbyplays with the RAB women's team throughout the club season and also works for t
Tackling for the sisterhood in Aboriginal women's rugby
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
plays with the RAB women's team throughout the club season and also works for the South Sydney Rabbitohs as a mentor for Indigenous kids.Uniting the community This weekend, Maza will compete in the 46th NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Brittney walking the runwayTriplett is a finalist in the Aboriginal Model Search. As the name suggests, A
Brittney walking the runway
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 hours ago
Triplett is a finalist in the Aboriginal Model Search. As the name suggests, Aboriginal Model Search is focused on finding Indigenous models to join the fashion industry Auditions were recently held in Dubbo where one junior and two seniors were... Read more
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Manning River Times
Iconic beach photographs exhibited at Manning galleryconquest of Central America. The subsequent Hispanic influence and political d
Iconic beach photographs exhibited at Manning gallery
Manning River Times / Posted 4 hours ago
conquest of Central America. The subsequent Hispanic influence and political domination was forced onto most of the indigenous cultures of this region. Kuna molas will be on exhibition at Manning Regional Gallery from Saturday, August 9 to... Read more
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CBC.ca
'It's so unbelieveable': Annie Pootoogook's cousin shocked by allegations of racist comments by policeto a charge in the Police Act of discreditable conduct. Both Coburn and Simeon
'It's so unbelieveable': Annie Pootoogook's cousin shocked by allegations of racist comments by police
CBC.ca / Posted 4 hours ago
to a charge in the Police Act of discreditable conduct. Both Coburn and Simeonie hope there will be some discussion within the police service about dealing with a perception of racism when it comes to the handling of cases involving Indigenous wom... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australia leading world in hep C treatmentI couldn't do anything." Since taking the new oral tablets, Mr Wagner has not
Australia leading world in hep C treatment
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
I couldn't do anything." Since taking the new oral tablets, Mr Wagner has not experienced any side-effects. But the wider Indigenous population with hepatitis C is not showing such positive results, with the rate of diagnosis between three and... Read more
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BC Local News
National installation inspires local campaigninternational movement where mothers, cousins, children and allies can hang a r
National installation inspires local campaign
BC Local News / Posted 4 hours ago
international movement where mothers, cousins, children and allies can hang a red dress to recognize missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. On Oct. 2 and running until Oct. 8, a temporary installation on K’omoks First Nation territory... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
National installation inspires local campaigninternational movement where mothers, cousins, children and allies can hang a r
National installation inspires local campaign
Comox Valley Record / Posted 4 hours ago
international movement where mothers, cousins, children and allies can hang a red dress to recognize missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. On Oct. 2 and running until Oct. 8, a temporary installation on K’omoks First Nation territory... Read more
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The Age
Troubled public service agency calls in the copswhich "requires a major overhaul". Aboriginal Hostels Limited provides accommo
Troubled public service agency calls in the cops
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
which "requires a major overhaul". Aboriginal Hostels Limited provides accommodation at 47 sites nationwide for Indigenous Australians from rural and remote communities. Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion has been aware since... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Most candidates support Maori adviser rolesfor all, and an important part of that is taking advice from the kaitiaki of th
Most candidates support Maori adviser roles
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
for all, and an important part of that is taking advice from the kaitiaki of the land. Powerful and effective forms of indigenous governance exist today, and we do not need to co-opt these practices into our imported methods in order to be able... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Drill strikes chord in girl who survived Bohol quake in 2013earthquake drill was also held simultaneously in other schools and government o
Drill strikes chord in girl who survived Bohol quake in 2013
Inquirier.net / Posted 5 hours ago
earthquake drill was also held simultaneously in other schools and government offices in the province. Kuratong was an indigenous tool traditionally used to call community members to assemble at village halls for meetings, alert people or call... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
GP marks Orange Shirt Daypolitical organizing and activism toward recognizing aboriginal rights, accordi
GP marks Orange Shirt Day
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 5 hours ago
political organizing and activism toward recognizing aboriginal rights, according to the University of British Columbia’s Indigenous Foundations website. Orange Shirt Day grew out of Phyllis Webstad’s account of having her new orange shirt taken... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Three top stock picks from LDIC’s Michael Decterpolitical will to build any pipelines in the face of determined — although not
Three top stock picks from LDIC’s Michael Decter
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
political will to build any pipelines in the face of determined — although not unified — opposition from environmental and indigenous groups. For a federal government committed to rebuilding infrastructure, it is odd that oil by rail as the default... Read more
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CBC.ca
Court papers proof political pressure rushed pipeline approval: First Nationwith the same information."'At no time did we suggest anything but a proper rev
Court papers proof political pressure rushed pipeline approval: First Nation
CBC.ca / Posted 5 hours ago
with the same information."'At no time did we suggest anything but a proper review of the Grand Rapids project and our indigenous engagement efforts.'- Mark Cooper Government and industry were trying to understand a new process, said another... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Indigenous teens prove distance no barrier to success'We've all got big dreams' : A group of teenagers from the central Queensland
Indigenous teens prove distance no barrier to success
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
'We've all got big dreams' : A group of teenagers from the central Queensland Indigenous town of Woorabinda is proving distance is no barrier to big dreams. And while many are eager to spread... Read more
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The Indian Express
Embraer aircraft deal: Probe finds $5.5mn paid to middlemanOrganisation (DRDO) had signed a $208-million deal with Embraer for three ERJ-1
Embraer aircraft deal: Probe finds $5.5mn paid to middleman
The Indian Express / Posted 5 hours ago
Organisation (DRDO) had signed a $208-million deal with Embraer for three ERJ-145 aircraft for a project to build indigenous Airborne Early Warning and Control Systems for the Indian Air Force. On September 17, the CBI instituted a... Read more
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The Telegraph
Centre warned against billBill, 2016, the 28 organisations alleged that the Modi government had hatched a
Centre warned against bill
The Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
Bill, 2016, the 28 organisations alleged that the Modi government had hatched a conspiracy to destroy the identity of indigenous people by introducing the bill. They warned that under no circumstance would they accept the bill and asked the... Read more
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The Young Witness
What's on TV: Monday, October 3on The Wrong Girl, and now The Secret Daughter is built around the knockabout c
What's on TV: Monday, October 3
The Young Witness / Posted 6 hours ago
on The Wrong Girl, and now The Secret Daughter is built around the knockabout charm of Jessica Mauboy. The successful Indigenous singer and actress (The Sapphires) plays Billy Carter, who seemingly spends most of her days in an outback NSW... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Kalgoorlie Indigenous leaders want big changes after teenager's deathElijah Doughty: In the aftermath of the death of Kalgoorlie teenager Elijah D
Kalgoorlie Indigenous leaders want big changes after teenager's death
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
Elijah Doughty: In the aftermath of the death of Kalgoorlie teenager Elijah Doughty and the riot it sparked, several Indigenous voices have emerged, desperate to ensure the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Concerns shooting of Indigenous man could spark racial tensionstensions The shooting of an Aboriginal man at Cowra, in central-western New So
Concerns shooting of Indigenous man could spark racial tensions
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
tensions The shooting of an Aboriginal man at Cowra, in central-western New South Wales, could ignite tensions between the Indigenous community and police, residents have said. Dennis John Doolan, 32, was shot in the buttock during a confrontation... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Police shoot man in Cowrawitness, Justin, posted a dramatic photo of the encounter on Facebook showing a
Police shoot man in Cowra
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 hours ago
witness, Justin, posted a dramatic photo of the encounter on Facebook showing an officer pointing his firearm at an Indigenous man in a red T-shirt who appears to have his arms up and his back to the officer. The photo immediately sparked... Read more
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The Courier
What's on TV: Monday, October 3on The Wrong Girl, and now The Secret Daughter is built around the knockabout c
What's on TV: Monday, October 3
The Courier / Posted 6 hours ago
on The Wrong Girl, and now The Secret Daughter is built around the knockabout charm of Jessica Mauboy. The successful Indigenous singer and actress (The Sapphires) plays Billy Carter, who seemingly spends most of her days in an outback NSW... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Police to hold inquiry into Cowra shootingto hold a 'thorough' inquiry into a police shooting in the Central West New Sou
Police to hold inquiry into Cowra shooting
Sky News Australia / Posted 6 hours ago
to hold a 'thorough' inquiry into a police shooting in the Central West New South Wales town of Cowra. Officers shot an Indigenous man, armed with a screwdriver, in the the lower back, following a confrontation in the street. Police said in a... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Police shoot man in Cowrawitness, Justin, posted a dramatic photo of the encounter on Facebook showing a
Police shoot man in Cowra
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 hours ago
witness, Justin, posted a dramatic photo of the encounter on Facebook showing an officer pointing his firearm at an Indigenous man in a red T-shirt who appears to have his arms up and his back to the officer. The photo immediately sparked... Read more
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The Young Witness
Police shoot man in Cowrawitness, Justin, posted a dramatic photo of the encounter on Facebook showing a
Police shoot man in Cowra
The Young Witness / Posted 7 hours ago
witness, Justin, posted a dramatic photo of the encounter on Facebook showing an officer pointing his firearm at an Indigenous man in a red T-shirt who appears to have his arms up and his back to the officer. The photo immediately sparked... Read more
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Western Advocate
Police shoot man in Cowrawitness, Justin, posted a dramatic photo of the encounter on Facebook showing a
Police shoot man in Cowra
Western Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
witness, Justin, posted a dramatic photo of the encounter on Facebook showing an officer pointing his firearm at an Indigenous man in a red T-shirt who appears to have his arms up and his back to the officer. The photo immediately sparked... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Family of Ontario man killed by police alleges racial prejudice in lawsuitpolice practice of street checks, known as “carding,” which critics say disprop
Family of Ontario man killed by police alleges racial prejudice in lawsuit
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
police practice of street checks, known as “carding,” which critics say disproportionately target young black, brown and indigenous men and women. Ontario’s government has since moved to ban the practice. The case was investigated by the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Smoking rates at 'all-time lows' in Australiaworking in combination." However the report noted that some population groups
Smoking rates at 'all-time lows' in Australia
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 hours ago
working in combination." However the report noted that some population groups were improving more slowly than others. Indigenous Australians and people living in remote areas reported improvements, but they were less dramatic than people... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Community leader meeting over proposed gold mine near rock artrock art The Cape York Land Council is set to meet today to discuss concerns o
Community leader meeting over proposed gold mine near rock art
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 hours ago
rock art The Cape York Land Council is set to meet today to discuss concerns over a proposed gold mine near an ancient Indigenous rock art site along the Laura River in the state's far north. ABC News exclusively revealed yesterday the... Read more
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