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Warlpiri People tell their story

warlpiri groupStories of struggle and change but most importantly the survival of Warlpiri life from the 1930s to today are on display in a new exhibition at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra.

The exhibition, accompanied by a newly launched book records the daily life of the community as it went through the transformation of the first Northern Territory Intervention and the taking of their land...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 August 2014 17:09

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Women plan protest march from Melbourne to Canberra

geoff - grandmothers marchA group of Aboriginal women from Victoria are planning to march from Melbourne to Canberra to renounce their Australian citizenship and demand the Federal Government produce "formal, written documents" to show the Commonwealth of Australia has legal title and jurisdiction over this land.

Susan Charles Rankin, a proud Jaara woman from the Dja Dja Wurrung language group...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 August 2014 17:08

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