What happened to the Second Bark Petition? How first John Howard and then current governments continue to ignore the Yolgnu’s call for justice
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Richard Trudgen, author of acclaimed"Why Warriors Lie Down and Die", was born in central New South Wales and did his trade as a fitter and turner. In 1973 he went to Arnhem Land to do voluntary work for 12 months and has stayed for the past 37 years. There he trained as a community worker, learnt the people's language and became immersed in their culture and way of life. He is now based in...
Don't punish the parents: Mundine
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