NAIDOC Week 2019




In this Fiona Katauskas cartoon, Scott Morrision observes miniature Uluru looming in front of Parliament House. 'Surely we can make it go away?' he says. 'That's just what Malcolm used to say,' replies a staffer.



Fiona KatauskasFiona Katauskas' work has also appeared in ABC's The Drum, New Matilda, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Australian, The Financial Review and Scribe's Best Australian political cartoon anthologies.

Topic tags: Fiona Katauskas, NAIDOC week, Uluru Statement, Scott Morrison



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I thought the people of Uluru did not wish the statement from the heart using 'Uluru'. Could that be a Eureka article please? Thank you.

erika | 10 July 2019  

Well done, Fiona. NAIDOC Week should remind us of the importance of the Uluru Statement From The Heart and the need for giving Aboriginal people a greater voice in their affairs, a long sought after treaty and being prepared to admit to the truth about the shameful aspects of the history of European occupation of Australia. Many people thought that Malcolm Turnbull was more liberal than most of the others in the not very liberal "Liberal" Party. His quick refusal to listen to the message of the Statement indicates that he was not as liberal or caring about our Aboriginal people as he would have us believe.

Andrew (Andy) Alcock | 15 July 2019  


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