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Indigenous Australia and Racism

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What role does racism play in the entrenched disadvantage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia today? How does racism impact on the health of Indigenous Australians? How has racial oppression become institutionalised over the decades and how has this been rationalised since European settlement?

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Mark McMillan

Dr Mark McMillan is a Wiradjuri man from Trangie, NSW. He is a Professor and Deputy Vice Chancellor (Indigenous Education and Engagement) at RMIT University. In 2013 Mark was awarded the National NAIDOC Scholar of the Year award. Mark has received his Bachelor of Laws from The Australian National U... Read more

Maryrose Casey

Maryrose Casey is an Associate Professor with the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre. She has published widely on Indigenous Australian theatre and performance. Her research focuses on the ways in which racism is embedded in the responses to the embodied presence of Indigenous Australians, both in th... Read more

Crystal McKinnon

Crystal McKinnon is a Yamatji woman and is currently working at RMIT as a Vice Chancellor’s Indigenous Research Fellow, where she sits within the Social Change Enabling Capability Platform (ECP) and an Australian Research Council Discovery Indigenous Project, Indigenous Leaders: Lawful Relatio... Read more

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The Wheeler Centre

176 Little Lonsdale Street Melbourne Victoria 3000

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