Make NAIDOC a public holiday to build up public recognition
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NAIDOC Week has been a time for reflection for Amnesty International's Indigenous Rights campaigner, Monica Morgan, who said much more "needs to be done for my people".
Ms Morgan said despite the popularity of NAIDOC Day, July 12, the event was "not on the Australian landscape" and it was about time it was.
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