There’s a wound in our nation. It’s an injustice towards First Nations people that began with colonisation and is ongoing today. Despite this injustice, many First Nations people around the nation are thriving and proudly reviving, protecting and celebrating their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and identities.
And yet, the wound is evident in the devastating statistics relating to First Nations people across a range of life indicators. Discrimination and prejudice towards First Nations people seems hardwired into our society’s very DNA. So how did it start? And what can we do about it?
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