Namatjira’s story a lesson about the dangers of excessive drinking
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More than half a century after artist Albert Namatjira was given Australian citizenship and the right to drink, Indigenous leaders have gathered at the site of his former camp to discuss ways to loosen the grip of alcohol on their communities.
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