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Mervyn Bishop reveals real story behind iconic photo of Gough Whitlam and Vincent Lingiari

P3 Lingiari  Whitlam - Mervyn BishopMervyn Bishop reveals real story behind iconic photo of Gough Whitlam and Vincent Lingiari

The iconic photo of Gough Whitlam pouring soil into the hands of Guirindji leader, Vincent Lingiari may never have been shared with the world except for the foresight of the man who took the photo and one of Australia's premier Aboriginal photographers...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 08:51

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Kinchela Boys Home residents reunite after years of abuse

P2 kinchelaFormer residents of a notorious Aboriginal boys home on the New South Wales mid north coast have cut the lock to the facility marking 90 years since its opening.

The Kinchela Boys Home, near Kempsey, housed more than 500 boys between 1924 and 1970.

The children were removed from their families in towns across New South Wales and taken to Kinchela, where many suffered serious physical and...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 08:49

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