Category: history

  • Juukan Caves Anniversary / Virtual Indigenous Film Fest 2021

    Yesterday marks 1 year since the destruction of the Juukan Shelters, a traditional site of the Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinnikura (PKKP) peoples located in the Pilbara area in the northwest of Western Australia. If you’ve been following this blog for the last few months you’ll know that I have made the facts of that […]

  • Today’s Q + A

    For your delectation and delight, I present the live stream feed from today, conveniently queued up to the start of our q + a chat! We chatted, we answered questions, we got off topic (prompted by a comment, though) and I ranted, just a little. As you would guess there’s 1 hr 24 mins of […]

  • Submission deadline extended!

    Friends and Supporters of the Uluru Dialogue  The government last week announced they have extended public submissions on a voice to parliament to Friday, 30 April. This gives you four more weeks to voice your support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart and a First Nations Voice to Parliament protected by the Constitution.  Nothing has changed. We […]

  • Oh Pittsburgh

    My Pittsburgh friends, my heart goes out to you. And to everyone in the USA who is continually subjected to these traumas.

  • Monday/Tuesday Gun-Day

    A day late, but better late than… a double serving of gun deaths next Monday.

  • Monday – Gun Day

    There’s a non-hilarious anecdote to open the proceedings, before we get back to the horror at hand.

  • Monday – Gun Day

    Starting today at gun #21 in my quest to find out all the guns that killed on Jan 1, 2017

  • Monday – gun day

    Melissa’s work from 2013/14 called The Gun has sold to the Museum of Art at the University of Iowa

  • 5 years

    I moved to the USA. Everything changed. Nothing changed.

  • Tanya Lippe’s Lunch Box

    Tanya Lippe’s Lunch Box – as it was before