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Bradley Manning: a lesson to us all we have reached a crossroad

Marcia-LangtonAs Aboriginal people we are at a crossroads. Let me explain.

Two thousand years ago Julius Caesar developed a five hundred year strategy of colonisation realising you couldn't conquer a people over a generation. He believed the strategy started by killing/removing the Druids (these were the keepers of ceremony and law in ancient England when the Romans invaded that land).

Caesar determined this...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 09 August 2013 11:35

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Kildare College students pay homage to past and present servicemen and women of the armed forces with trilogy book

Marj-TrippIn a first for recording Veteran oral history stories in South Australia, Kildare College again leads the way as they present to us "Serving My Country - An Indigenous Story'". Nicola Butler prepared this special report after speaking with the students and teachers who prepared the books. Nicola learned from them how proud and honoured they were to have had the opportunity to speak with these real life...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 09 August 2013 11:32

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