Welcome to NAIDOC Monday!!!!!

Woah, it’s NAIDOC week and we at feminaust we’re getting all excited about tax time?!!?!?!! Serious priority shift needed. So you’re getting a double Welcome to Monday this week with a recap on some of the stuff that’s been written by, for and about Aboriginal feminists (from Australian and around the world). WHOOP!

Please be aware that this is simply a collection of articles, books and discussions about feminism and aboriginal women. feminaust does not necessarily endorce the content of any of these links and cannot guarantee the quality or value of their arguments. If you’re interested in responding to any of the articles, please write to us at info@feminaust.org

Who may speak for whom: Aboriginal Women, Rape and Feminism.

Making Space for Indigenous Feminism

Re-empowering ourselves: Australian Aboriginal Women

Back in 2002 in Queensland a judge ruled the rape of an underage Aboriginal woman as “traditional practice”.

Western Science, Feminist Science and Aboriginal Science.

YES, I am an Indigenous Feminist

What is the status of indigenous women and indigenous feminism in Australia?

Conversations on feminism: Domestic Violence against Aboriginal Women in Australia.

The Power of Whiteness: white women speaking for others

Image taken from ABC Open Riverland‘s Photostream on Flickr under Creative Commons Licence

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About MsElouise

MsElouise is a community programs worker and feminist from Melbourne Australia. She likes to travel, write, rant and make people feel uncomfortable about their assumptions. She hopes to one day be remembered for changing the world just a little bit. Right now she does this by proving that teenage girls are a higher order of beings.

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