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Community mourns passing of warrior Aunty Isabell Coe

isabell coeThe Aboriginal community has lost another warrior with the passing of Aunty Isabell Coe.

Aunty Isabell, a stalwart of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy from its inception, passed peacefully at home on Erambie Mission at Cowra in central western New South Wales among family and friends.

Aunty Isabell was born on Erambie in 1951 and as a young girl excelled at various sports and rose to State representative...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 November 2012 23:02

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Aboriginal people targetted in WA’s “move-on” policy

ben kimberleyWestern Australia's Aboriginal peoples are targeted and victimised with more move-on notices issued to them than all other ethnic groups combined the West Australian Parliament has been told and advocates have called for an end to what they see as racial vilification.

The Aboriginal Legal Services WA Chief Executive Officer, Dennis Eggington said enough was enough and he urged parliamentarians to...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 November 2012 23:01

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