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The Tent Embassy and the Indigenous rights struggle in Australia | Opinions

The Tent Embassy and the Indigenous rights struggle in Australia | Opinions

At one o’clock in the wee hours on January 26, 1972, four men set up a beach umbrella on the lawns across from Australia’s Parliament House, sat down and waited for the city to wake up.
Those four men – Billy Craigie, Michael Anderson, Bertie Williams and Tony Coorey – were protesting against the Australian government’s opposition to the First Nations land rights movement. They did not know that…

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