More Pacific Islander deaths in California than in all Oceania

Colonized people are 100 times more likely to die in California, the world’s fifth largest economy, than in Oceania where the mean Gross Domestic Product ranks 183rd globally. Out of California’s population of 39.5 million, slightly below the Oceania population of 42.67 million, 3,700 have died from COVID-19. The COVID-19 death toll in the Pacific Islands is 121 lives.

Black Aboriginal people hold demonstrations on Invasion Day in Australia

AUSTRALIA—Throughout the country on January 26, 2016, thousands of black Aboriginal people gathered in protest of what white settlers call Australia Day.