No public outrage, no vigils: Australia’s silence at violence against Indigenous women

Recently, we have witnessed an uprising of thousands marching in the streets fuelled by outrage against the violence and sexual assault...

Indigenous women and gender diverse people also marched and shared this outrage.

  • Bronwyn Carlson
  • The Conversation

They empathise with other women who have been subject to violence and sexual assault.

Such empathy and outrage at the horrific statistics of violence against Indigenous women and our children, however, is rarely reciprocated.

The alleged rape of Brittany Higgins and the violent deaths of Hannah Clark and her children resulted in public anger from women across the…

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