BY Ana Bilic

The struggles of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have been put back in the mainstream awareness, with protests occurring across the country. 

To ensure the movement can lead to real change for our nation, we need to elevate First Nations voices and businesses. By shopping local and redirecting your money to these small businesses, there is a great opportunity to effect change.


  • Tin Humpy Cafe: indigenous owned cafe in Redfern, Syd
  • Lillipad Cafe: indigenous owned cafe in Glebe, Syd
  • Alem’s House: vegetarian ethopian cafe in Camperdown, Syd
  • All African Food: african supermarket in Guildford, Syd (try snacks like nigerian chin chin and plantain chips)
  • Island Food Co: fijian food in Granville, Syd (try turkey tail, taro, peanut ruffs)


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Donate to AUS organisations supporting Indigenous communities

  • Change the Record
  • Healing Foundation
  • Human Rights Law Centre
  • ANTaR
  • National Justice Project
  • Sisters Inside
  • Common Ground

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