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Daughter and granddaughter tell the famous story about “Chicka” Dixon’s rights campaign

Feature-ChickaThe Fox and The Freedom Fighters is a new theatre work about Aboriginal activist Charles "Chicka" Dixon, told from the perspective of his daughter Rhonda Dixon-Grovenor and granddaughter Nadeena Dixon.

An iconic figure in Australian history, Chicka's political activism left his family at the wayside at the height of his success. This is their story, a deeply personal recollection of the life and...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 18:11

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Andrew Forrest’s ‘social solution’ misunderstands welfare and parity

Feature - Andrew ForrestThe Forrest report "Creating Parity" which pushes the line of seismically changing the landscape for First Nations People contains more than just the Andrew Forrest handbook on how to incentivise job creation.

It describes the potential for a whole lot of social engineering in order to create an "equality", but an "equality" as Mr Forrest and his co-authors see...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 08:02

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