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Where to from here? as Bellotti rallies fail to attract supporters

bellotti parentsRallies to support Rex Bellotti Jnr and an end to police brutality were held last week but just about no-one turned up. Rally organisers said people are tired and jaded and are giving up in the enormous battle to rein in alleged police brutality and end their zero tolerance policies.

It was four years to the day last week Rex Jnr was badly injured when struck by a police vehicle in Albany on the...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 11:14

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SA’s Elders use Taoundi conference in pursuit of land rights movement

gerry tauondaiElders and community leaders from far and wide in South Australia met in Adelaide at the Taoundai conference to unite in the pursuit of a genuine land rights movement and where Aboriginal sovereignty would be upheld and recognised within the South Australian Constitution.

An objective of the coalescing of leaders was to organise solidarity and for all the Nunga nations to come under the one voice of...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 11:13

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