Deathscapes

Call on Aboriginal and other minorities to unite forces against racism

Deathscapes

‘We’ve experienced racism from day one and they have never let up on us. We’ve always been public enemy number one. It doesn’t matter which wave of migrant they hate next. It is always about hating us with the same intensity from day one. Unless people start sharing solidarity with us, unless the anti racist movement addresses settler colonialism, we are going to be here talking about the same thing in the next 20 years.’

Meriki Onus

‘Call on Aboriginal and other minorities to unite forces against racism’, SBS NITV radio.


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