Indigenous Australians continue to die in police custody at alarming rates, despite recommendations from a 1991 inquiry.

Families like Raylene Nixon’s, who lost her son Steven Nixon-McKellar, are left grappling with immense pain and a sense of injustice.

Instances like Steven’s death and that of David Dungay Jr. highlight systemic issues, including over-policing and institutional racism.

Calls for justice and reform persist, but many Indigenous families, like Corina Rich’s, feel disillusioned by the lack of accountability and change within the system.

Despite ongoing efforts, achieving justice and preventing further deaths remains a daunting challenge.

Credit : BBC

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