Another Country - The Yolngu People

Another Country - The Yolngu People
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Tony

This should be compulsory viewing in all high schools in Australia,

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virginia

How sad to see how the oldest culture in the world was almost completely destroyed at the hands of the real barbarians, the "civilized "Europeans! As David Gulpill said, there is some hope left for the future generations, if they try to stay Aboriginal, relearn forgotten skills and adapt to ...Read more

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