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Mirror Mirror: Advance Australia fair but what is that is fair for us?

australia day_in_melbourneThe Little Man was wading in the shallow cool water of the Mulgrave River on a hot summer day at the Ross and Locke Reserve, adjacent to Djarragun within the Goldsborough Valley, which forms part of the Malanbarra-Yidinyji Nation.

The Little Man was happy and content. Tranquility of place, picturesque made perfect by low hanging rainforest and crystal clear waters, made my mind...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 February 2012 07:29

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Racism Used To Push Mining

horizontal falls_WABy Ian Perdrisat

I wonder about academics and politicians that talk about 'post-colonial' Australia or use terms like the 'colonial period'. I wonder what day, what year, what period in history did Australian governments state and federal reconcile their presence on this continent. When did they stop the colonial dispossession, occupation and abuse of Aboriginal land, people and cultures. The...

 

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