Australia marked National Sorry Day
on 26 May, a day to remember and commemorate the attempted genocide
of the country's Aboriginal people. While many events
were held, the reality is that the oppression and dispossession of Australia’s Indigenous peoples continues
). Aboriginal workers had their wages stolen
by successive governments in the 19th and 20th centuries by legislative decree, for no other reason than they were Aboriginal. This money is still owed. Racism is a worker’s issue, and all unions must take up the fight for justice for all Aboriginal People.
Pay Back Stolen Wages!
Stop Aboriginal Deaths in Custody!
Stop the Closures of Aboriginal Communities!