Today, the NSW Police Minister made two comments of note. The first was laughably incorrect, the second was absolutely terrifying.
In the general consciousness, the lessons of Martin Luther King seem to have been forgotten, especially today, as the US faces the same divide he sought to bridge.
In an effort to ‘spread awareness’, white celebrities have taken to the internet, sharing their own experiences with racism. The internet was not best pleased.
While today represents the last day tourists can climb Uluru, the size of the line is indicative of minds not changing, and our words ignored.
Yesterday, Ken Wyatt discussed his plan for constitutional recognition. Today, Uluru is packed with people climbing the rock before the ban. The debate about including us is set to exclude us, and be typically ugly.