Yarrabah Elders create women’s dance to reflect Solar Eclipse
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By National Indigenous Times reporter Rhonda Hagan
The total eclipse of the sun last week was a phenomenon experienced first hand by many north Queensland locals and visitors alike but may not have been as meaningful for them as it was for a group of Aboriginal women from Yarrabah.
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