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‘Deaths in our backyard’: 432 Indigenous Australians have died in custody since 1991

Aboriginal people whose family members have died in custody express solidarity with people on the streets of US cities protesting against the...

Australia’s track record on deaths in custody is again under scrutiny, as Aboriginal people whose family members died in similar circumstances to…

  • Lorena Allam
  • The Guardian

The family of 26-year-old David Dungay, a Dunghutti man who said “I can’t breathe” 12 times before he died while being restrained by five prison guards…

Dungay’s nephew, Paul Silva, said he has tried to watch the footage of the death of Floyd, who died after a police officer knelt on his neck and whose death has…

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