“Indigenous” in the news
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· Protesters must ensure they tread a safe path →
Victorians should support Black Lives Matter – 432 Indigenous Australians have died in custody since 1991.
· Winmar documentary set to enter production →
Another Indigenous footballer, ex-Essendon player Nathan Lovett-Murray, has been a key player in securing funding and driving the documentary.
· No more spin: McLeod calls for culture change at Crows →
McLeod - who runs Indigenous programs at the Crows and is an assistant coach of the club's AFLW team - also expanded on his reasons as to why he doesn't feel welcome.
· Indigenous people incarcerated at more than 10 times the rate of the general population: ABS →
Indigenous people in NSW are imprisoned at a rate of more than 10 times the general population, new data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows.
· Floyd protesters face a mountain of public opinion →
We face a version of that argument here on the question of Aboriginal deaths in police custody, and which we saw anew this week after a viral video of a Sydney police officer slamming an Indigenous teen face-first to the ground in response to a verbal provocation, despite the teen showing no signs of resisting.
· Morrison says Australia should not import Black Lives Matter protests after deaths-in-custody rally →
Scott Morrison has warned against “importing the things that are happening overseas to Australia” after protesters gathered in Sydney to denounce the killing of George Floyd in the United States and to rally against Indigenous deaths in custody.
· Latino immigrant advocates bring crucial support to families during COVID-19 pandemic →
In March, Perez began helping indigenous Central American immigrant families with their rent payments, writing letters to landlords and serving as an advocate for them.
· AINU trademark application in China criticized by Japan's indigenous people →
An application by an individual in China to register a trademark using the name of Japan's indigenous Ainu people has been criticized for being an attempt to profit off their culture.
· Morning mail: George Floyd charges, flawed coronavirus study, Madeline McCann suspect →
An investigation into a NSW police officer who slammed an Indigenous teenager into the pavement during Mardi Gras in 2013 took three years, Guardian Australia has learned.
The China Post
· Ex-Ecuador president detained in COVID-19 corruption raid →
Bucaram rose to power with the votes of Ecuador’s poor and indigenous groups and became known as “El Loco” or “The Crazy One” for his many bizarre acts.