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Cootamundra’s homecoming

12-3aug-065By National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

Cootamundra Girl's Home was full once more last weekend as more than 1000 people, including about 65 former Cootamundra Girls gathered to mark the centenary of the home where many girls of the Stolen Generations were taken.

 

In an emotion filled weekend former Cootamundra Girls caught up with friends they had not seen for, in some...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 19 August 2012 09:32

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Facebook’s race hate farce

r zadaA Facebook page full of bitter, twisted racial hatred against Aboriginal people appeared from somewhere early last week but nobody knew where, it then disappeared but only for a few hours after a torrent of complaints about the racist comments and then re-appeared before again disappearing last Thursday with a half-hearted apology from Facebook. Then, suddenly, another version re-appeared last Friday.

Despite threats...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 19 August 2012 09:30

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