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Susan Rankin ends her long walk for justice

P7 Susan Charles RankinA walk from Melbourne to Canberra ended last weekend with the arrival at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy of Jaara woman, Susan Charles Rankin.

Ms Rankin has walked to the nation's capital to "reclaim my birthright which is measured in the pain and suffering of our people and of Mother Earth."

Echoing her comments of last May when first organising the walk, Ms Rankin said...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 November 2014 07:43

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Will there finally be justice for Bowraville murder victims?

P1 duroux and burneyThe New South Wales Government under Premier, Mike Baird is now under pressure to immediately act upon the recommendations and findings of a parliamentary inquiry into the murder of three Bowraville children with family members declaring the government should adopt at least the key recommendations in the coming weeks.

If the State Government does adopt key recommendations it is then...

 

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