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G20 protest call to Resists, Revive, Decolonise

P7 Musgrave Park rallyCalls to Resist, Revive, Decolonise echoed through the streets of Brisbane last week throughout the meeting of colonial governments called the G20.

In a week of cultural and political meetings and seminars First Nations Peoples from across the continent met at the Aboriginal Sovereign Tent Embassy at Musgrave Park to discuss with each other about conditions in their communities...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 08:04

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Redneck agenda to close down communities

P5 Wayne BergmannThe Western Australian Government's move to close down up to 150 of 274 remote communities has been labelled redneck racism.

It is the ugliest act of racism to be seen in this nation in 70 years, with many fearing it will be even more severe than the ugly racism of the Northern Territory Intervention.

Elders, advocates and former politicians have warned the Colin Barnett State...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 08:03

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