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Smallwood: Self-belief a matter of survival for Indigenous people

gracelyn chris_lex_shereenBy Gracelyn Smallwood

Janet Albrechtsen's attack on Chris Sarra (Inquirer, June 23) is big news in Indigenous circles.

My phone has not stopped ringing with calls from all around Australia. But before Albrechtsen starts feeling comfortable about that piece of news, let me assure her that Indigenous Australians are quite clear her article is yet another episode in the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 July 2012 15:20

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Igniting the young Ambition

nura giliStory by Johanna Kerin

Indigenous students from across Australia are embracing the opportunity to experience life at University during NAIDOC Week 2012. A decade ago, just 6 students participated in the Nura Gili Winter School Program at the University of New South Wales. Now, in 2012, 150 students were selected from a competitive pool of almost 450 students, all hoping for the chance to experience a glimpse of...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 July 2012 15:20

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