Listen and Learn, Together

Museums Victoria is committed to placing First Peoples’ living cultures, histories and knowledge at the heart of all we do.

Calls for racial justice are being heard right around the world, and the distress at the devastating impacts of racism on communities and individuals of colour, both overseas and here in Australia, cannot be ignored – we hear it.

As a museum organisation, we have a powerful role in connecting people with the past to help them make sense of the present and create a better future. We’ve included resources that will shine some light on why people are marching, and on the ongoing struggle for Aboriginal rights in Australia.

The 25th Anniversary of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody

The 15th of April 2016 marked 25 years since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody handed down its final report, which set many directions in current Indigenous policy.

Calls to end Indigenous deaths in custody

The Australian Human Rights Commission is shocked and saddened by the death in custody of Black American man, George Floyd and the violence that has since erupted in the United States of America.

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No Way to Forget - a short film by Richard Frankland (SBS On Demand)

No Way to Forget is based on Richard Frankland's experiences as a Field Officer during the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.

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