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the battle at Toongabbie Creek in the late 18th Century that led to enmity between the Darug and the Gai-mariagal , and how a recent ceremony and re-understandings have brought them together again
When they started the land council the ethos was, as stated by Kevin Cook , not about ownership, but being custodians and protecting the land and sites
Auntie Pat had gone to help her sister get a rental home and her sister’s story led to a march on parliament house.
In 1810 Auntie Glenda Chalker ’s ancestors greeted Governor Lachlan Macquarie at Birragal Lagoon . In 2010 Auntie Glenda and her children and grandchildren re-enacted this greeting by meeting current Governor of NSW, Marie Bashir, at this same billabong and giving her flowers
evacuation of the half-castes from the half-caste institutions in and around the Northern Territory” during the Second World War
Aboriginal people in the 1920s began to fight to reclaim rights, partly inspired by the African American movements of these times.
the role of the land council to care for and protect Darkinjung country “to honour the people who died in vain for this country
In 1972, Pat Eatock went to the first National Aboriginal Land Rights conference in Alice Springs.
Fred Maynard 's Australian Aborigines Progressive Association writing to the king in protest