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Why is such a divisive day celebrated?

‘Why is such a divisive day celebrated?’ January 26, 2016 11:56am PATRICK BILLINGS Mercury AS Australians celebrated nationhood, indigenous Tasmanians have spoken of the sadness the date bestows on their people. For many Aboriginals January 26 isn’t a date for rejoicing but one signifying “rape, murder and the taking of our children”. More than 300 people yesterday marched through Hobart in solidarity with the message that the date for Australia Day must change. On parliament’s lawns a series of Aboriginal activists implored Australians to tackle “the moral question” ... Read more

PRESS RELEASE: INVASION DAY MARCH AND RALLY

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palawa kani Sentences – Invasion Day

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Invasion Day Rally 26th January 2016

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Celebration of 20th Anniversary of Land Returns – 10th December 2015 at piyura kitina

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Palawa Kani Sentences – Summer Season

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Mumirimina People of the Lower Jordan Valley and Aboriginal Cultural Heritage of the proposed Mangalore-Pontville Heritage Landscape Precinct

Mumirimina People of the Lower Jordan Valley Learn about the Aboriginal history of Mangalore-Pontville and the Pontville Rifle Range/Detention Centre - Home of Kalamaruwinya Read more

palawa kani sentences – Spring Season

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palawa kani sentences – Generation Cup

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Pontville Rifle Range is Important to Us!

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