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Selly J: Fight for what is right

sely jThe shocking images coming out of Perth last Friday of the heavy handed tactics used by police to move on the Nyoongar Tent Embassy protesters was etched into my memory as I traveled to Brisbane the following day for the lighting of the sacred fire at the new Tent Embassy at Musgrave Park.

Although I was aware of amicable discussions between the Tent Embassy coordinating committee members; Gwenda Stanley, Adrian...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 29 March 2012 07:24

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“Jangga Meenya Bomunggur” - “The Smell of the White Man is Killing Us”

rob eggingtonYou cannot spend several hours with Robert Eggington, a proud Nyoongah man, chief executive officer of the Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation, and then walk away without realising you have listened and yarned with someone who has considered deeply his every thought, who presents passion in the valleys and slopes of his heart and mind before he presents anything else, and who puts the predicaments and hopes of his...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 29 March 2012 07:23

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