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Jimmy Barnes Jan 25
If you’re an Australian, your heritage is either Aboriginal, Convict, Immigrant or Refugee. I’m a Scottish immigrant, what about you? We’re lucky to share this great country. It’s given me an opportunity to have a better life. Always was and always will be .
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tribal indigenous Jul 14
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Professor Nareen Young Sep 23
This is what your PM thinks of you and your views . Indulgent self-loathing. Just another day in the colony.
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standing indian Jul 12
How will You? How will you respond to you're ancestors. What course of action will you take to unite the people and make them proud.
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Ash Johnstone Jan 26
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indigenous native Jul 17
Native American isn’t blood. It is what is in the heart. The love for the land, the respect for it, those who inhabit it, and the respect and acknowledgement of the spirits and elders. That is what it is to be Indian.
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A Warrior in a Lioness’s skin✊🏾 Jan 24
Fuck the system that swept our ancestors history under the carpet ✊🏾 we are still here, and what are we all doing tomorrow? ?
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Greg Barns Apr 24
another full of cliches and nativist nonsense. Meanwhile we forget the wars fought against and the illegality of the
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Such A Human #NAURU Jan 25
The popular movement today shows there is a large category of Australians are very awareness about importance of the unity that can be achieved by respect Aboriginal people and upholding their rights and always was and always will be
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native ahanu Jul 19
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Dr Nathan Waltham Feb 1
Happy (early) !!! An entire day to think about your favourite - mine is a site in north - working with and seeing it come back to life - very special. So then, what's your favourite and why?
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Dan Redford 24 May 18
25 May marks the 150th anniversary of the start of the Australian Aboriginal Cricket tour of England, becoming the 1st organised group of Aussie sportspeople to travel overseas. In 2002, they were inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.
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Rebecca Jan 26
Honoring today the most ancient continent and her indigenous people, comprised of over 500 tribes, who collectively represent the oldest consecutive culture on Earth. We still have so much to learn from you.
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Geoffrey Cann Jul 17
Budj Bim's world heritage listing is an Australian first – what other Indigenous cultural sites could be next? via This is long overdue
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The Funky Farm 2 Jul 18
Check out our amazing dingos. All with indigenous names: Cobar - burnt earth Narwee - the sun Kimba - bushfire Waratah - a native shrub
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Plodding Historian 4h
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Doumit Chahine 3 Jun 18
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Delma K Praljak 2 Jul 18
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Delma K Praljak Mar 11
Hey Guys! I've got new twitter, instagram and facebook pages up and running to showcase and sell my artwork! If you'd like to follow one of my art pages find the links below ☺ Instagram: dkpraljak_art
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PjAnd Jan 25
With going.. Does that mean Uncle Tony will step in to manage the mission? 🤔🤭
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