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Thousands joined the march for land rights and justice for First Nations people as part of the annual NAIDOC rally in Naarm/Melbourne. Chloe DS reports. 

It may sound good, but are serious dangers in tying a renewable energy transition to the profit interests of corporate capitalism as Labor’s new renewable energy “superpower” plan does. Peter Boyle reports.

Australia is complicit in genocide

Protesters marked 40 weeks of consecutive protests demanding Labor end its support for Israel’s genocidal assault as the Lancet concludes that close to 200,000 Gazans have been killed.

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Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus presents six new books on neoliberal ideology, oceans in crisis, Michigan’s water wars, and the corrupt food industry.

As Gillian Segal has a track record of insisting that legitimate criticism of Israel is antisemitic, it is more likely that she will be an envoy for promoting racism and division, argues Janet Parker.

Green Left’s Alex Bainbridge spoke to Independent Senator and DjabWurrung Gunnai Gunditjmara Lidia Thorpe about Labor’s promises and record on addressing First Nations’ injustices.

David Mejia-Canales from the Human Rights Law Centre speaks to Alex Bainbridge about its new report Protest in Peril: Our Shrinking Democracy.

As climate protesters protested outside Woodside HQ, two others had blockaded the only access road to Burrup Hub Project in Pilbara region in the early morning. Alex Salmon reports.

Anti-nuclear activists protested outside a fundraiser at the Double Bay bowls club, hosted by Nationals MPs Keith Pitt and David Gillespie, advocates of the Coalition’s nuclear power plan. Kerry Smith reports.

Students at the University of Melbourne say they are being punished because they forced the academic institution to disclose its ties to Israeli genocide. Jacob Andrewartha reports.

Teachers have joined the union covering school cleaners in NSW to campaign for the Labor government to bring school cleaning back in-house. Pip Hinman reports.

About 100 people joined a rally outside the United States Consulate to protest the country’s role in generating war and devastation across the globe. Kerry Smith reports.