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The real story on how the Murri Mob confronted Noel Pearson

P2 PEARSON WATERSIt was regarded as an important opportunity by leaders and supporters of the Brisbane Sovereign Aboriginal Embassy at Musgrave Park – they had been made aware Noel Pearson, a First Nations man from Cape York and a favourite of government for his unwavering support of their hated and assimilationist policies, was to deliver a lecture at the Queensland Conservatorium.

Noel Pearson has rarely...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 November 2014 07:47

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John Pilger backs Freedom Summit

P3 Summit storyJohn Pilger, the internationally acclaimed journalist and creator of the documentary, Utopia which revealed to the world the disgraceful living conditions being imposed by government upon First Nations People has joined in supporting the Summit for Freedom and appealing to all First Nations leaders to attend so they can "reclaim the agenda in the struggle for self-determination".

Mr Pilger, who...

 

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