Presented by Daniel James

Interview

The Mission: Co-Chair Of The National Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Legal Service Priscilla Atkins On The Ongoing Horror That Is Black Deaths in Custody

More than 450 Aboriginal people have died in custody since the Royal Commission's final report was published 30 years ago. On average, that’s about one Aboriginal death in custody every three weeks over the past thirty years. Co-Chair of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Service (NATSILS) joins the host of The Mission Daniel James to talk about what's gone wrong and what needs to happen to prevent further deaths.

Priscilla Atkins
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