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Freedom Movement to confront politicians on February 9

P1 Invasion Day 2015 marchDelegates and supporters of the Freedom Movement have set themselves a date with destiny after marching on Parliament House in Canberra on Tuesday declaring they would be back in even larger numbers on February 9 to confront the country's politicians about their treatment and policies affecting First Nations People.

More than 200 delegates and supporters marched on...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 January 2015 13:41

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Kunoth-Monks invites Hollywood star and Adam Goodes to visit

P2 Goodes and RKMWhile no First Nations person was honoured with a top gong in the Australian of the Year awards for 2015, the Northern Territorian of the Year and Australian of the Year finalist, Rosalie Kunoth-Monks continues to make her mark.

Ms Kunoth-Monks, from Urapuntja in the Northern Territory, has invited two very high profile Australians to visit a remote community in the Territory to see how...

 

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