Celeste Liddle The idea that a woman travelling along is taking some sort of unnecessary risk seems to be wedged in the minds of many, but the statistics tell a different story.
Celeste Liddle The Indigenous community is clear on what it wants, the real puzzle is why the government mostly ignores their calls for change, writes Celeste Liddle.
Celeste Liddle The fight for reproductive freedom doesn't start and end with contraception and abortion: Australia's legacy of eugenics continues to impact Aboriginal women.
Celeste Liddle It's time Australia stops profiting from the free labour of Aboriginal people, writes Celeste Liddle.
International Women's Day
Celeste Liddle It is important to remember that "herstory" in this country will never be complete without the voices of Aboriginal women.
Celeste Liddle There is an inherent misogyny attached to the continual mislabelling of female anatomy.
Celeste Liddle The fact that a member of parliament can be ruled disorderly the minute she does something a bit "too native" shows anyone can fall victim to racism.
Australia doesn't need more 'Stolen Generations'. We need to stop validating broadcasters like Alan Jones
Celeste Liddle I wonder what my grandmother, a stolen generation child back in the 1930s, would make of Jones's claim that it was "for her own good"?
Celeste Liddle There are good reasons the Indigenous community is supporting a treaty over Constitutional Recognition.
Celeste Liddle Celeste Liddle on the things you can do to not erase the views, history and struggle of Indigenous people on this national holiday.
Celeste Liddle Aboriginal children experience ear ailments at a rate ten times that of other children - so why is the effective 'Ear Bus' program being shut down?, asks Celeste Liddle.
Celeste Liddle At every turn, Ms Dhu was failed by a state which imprisons impoverished Aboriginal people so willingly.
Celeste Liddle When it comes to the safety of Aboriginal children, Australia certainly shouldn't be looking to repeat history.
Celeste Liddle "To state plainly that social disadvantage is the cause of family violence ignores the gendered power which lies at its root."
Celeste Liddle It's despicable that discussion on violence affecting Aboriginal women is dodged in such a ludicrous way.
National Sorry Day
Celeste Liddle Celeste Liddle: "In my mind, it should be the other way around."
Celeste Liddle If governments truly want to protect Aboriginal women, why are they cutting back the very services which save lives?
Celeste Liddle Why is sexual abuse in the indigenous community is either sensationalised or completely ignored by the media?
Celeste Liddle How far have we truly come when it comes to valuing Aboriginal lives?
Celeste Liddle Australia Day will always be a day of mourning for the First Peoples of this country, but it is possible to work towards a positive and more inclusive future, says Celeste Liddle.