“We are like the tree standing in the middle of a bushfire sweeping through the timber. The leaves are scorched and the tough bark is scarred and burnt, but inside the tree, the sap is still flowing and under the ground, the roots are still strong. Like the tree, we have endured the flames and yet we still have the power to be reborn.” Miriam Rose Ungunmerr-Baumann
In these pages, I introduce the problems faced by Indigenous peoples of colonised nations such as Australia, America, Canada and New Zealand, and describe how these problems can be overcome. I will develop these pages as time permits, so please bear with me.