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Freedom Summit to rebuild Black Power

P1 leadersOrganisers have been inundated with pledges from hundreds of First Nations leaders to attend the Summit for Freedom and are now hopeful at least 200 First Peoples Nations will be represented.

The Summit will be held on Thursday and Friday, November 27 and 28 at the iconic The Old Telegraph, Mparntwe at Alice Springs. This is where Charlie Perkins, one of the most significant leaders of the rights struggle...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 08:53

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340 deaths in custodies later, rallies around nation call for change

P5 Ms Dhus motherTen rallies across the nation drew hundreds of protesters to call for excruciatingly long overdue changes to the treatment of First Peoples in police custody in the name of the 22 year old Yamatji woman Julieka Dhu who died needlessly in a Pilbara police watch-house lockup on August 4.

Politicians from all sides joined the rallies but everyone left the protests asking the same question as...

 

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