Facebook used once again for a racist attack on rights advocate
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Noongar rights advocate and Law student Marianne Mackay has been the target of a vicious racist attack on Facebook.
A photo of Ms Mackay was displayed on the Facebook page with some disgusting, derogatory remarks.
A complaint was filed with the Australian Human Rights Commission but little has come of it. The page was removed by Facebook after complaints had been...
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