Early this year the world was screaming Black Livers Matter and in Australia they was screaming for an end to Aboriginal people dying in police and prison custody.

Six months later Australia or the world are not screaming but the families of Aboriginal people who have died in custody are still fronting up the court and Aboriginal people are still marching in the streets for justice. I speak with Alison Whittaker Gomeroi writer, poet, and legal researcher from the floodplains of Gunnedah. Alison has done a lot of research and community work alongside the families who have lost loves ones in police or prison custody.