Today we celebrate the next generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Christian leaders, and learn of the importance of The Grasstree Gathering.
Joanna Cruickshank reflects on the historical role of Aboriginal Christian leaders in the 1967 Referendum.
We asked those who remember the 1967 Referendum what its significance was and whether it has changed our nation since.
Sorry Day is more than just saying sorry, it is a time to reflect on the deep sadness caused to so many, and to stand in solidarity.
Rev Dr Geoff Broughton reflects on ministering alongside Waka Waka woman Brooke Prentis at this year's Surrender Conference, and ending the Great Australian Silence by listening and amplifying Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices.
Brooke Prentis reflects on the national statistics of incarceration rates of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander young people and invites you to take action for a better tomorrow.
At some point, I became faintly aware that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples didn’t feel the same way about January 26 as I did.
Our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Justice Spokesperson, Brooke Prentis, and team member, Tanya Riches, recently caught up with Dave from PEACEcast - the new podcast by the PEACEtalks team at Paddington Anglican in Sydney - for a good chat about all things Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander justice and January 26 - including THAT lamb ad!
... It was a moment of honesty between two Aussie men. One of them was me – a guy often accused of being a ‘tree-hugging-bleeding-heart-lefty’ (of the specific Jesus-freak variety). The other was a cashed-up tradie. The kind of guy that you expect to have Southern Cross tattoo.
January 2017. My family moved to Brisbane Australia four years ago, and this year, we plan to start the process of becoming Australian citizens... It is likely that I will need to understand what Australia Day is all about.