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Sovereignty rather than Recognition remains the “elephant in the room”: Mary Graham

callum constitution_debateVeteran Indigenous rights campaigner, Mary Graham has criticised the Federal Government for talking about including Aboriginal people in the Constitution without addressing "the elephant in the room" - sovereignty.

"It's actually more like a herd of elephants tramping around waiting to be recognised," said Ms Graham, a Kombumerri and Waka Waka Elder.

"Somehow the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 February 2013 18:57

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Save our kids from predators

marianne mackayMarianne Mackay sets up concerned parents group calling for the release of the 83 children from Hakea adult prison

Former Western Australian Deaths in Custody Watch Committee chairwoman, law student and Noongar advocate, Marianne Mackay has called for the immediate release of the 83 juveniles, most of them Aboriginal children, who were relocated from Banksia Detention Centre to nearby Hakea Prison...

 

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