Topics: Events: Central

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first National Aboriginal Dance Conference at The Powerhouse Museum

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citizenship in 1967

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the state Aboriginal Welfare Board Act was gradually disbanded starting in 1972 and the end of the managed reserves

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Inspired by Uncle Charles Perkins when the freedom riders came through Walgett

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Faith Bandler speaking at a conference of the Union of Australian Women in 1957,

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Auntie Pat had gone to help her sister get a rental home and her sister’s story led to a march on parliament house.

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establishing the Aboriginal Education Consultative Group (AECG)

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Aboriginal people fought at war and still lost their children and homes

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Aboriginal people in the 1920s began to fight to reclaim rights, partly inspired by the African American movements of these times.

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Fred Maynard 's Australian Aborigines Progressive Association writing to the king in protest

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First World War

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re-created burial ceremony involving smoking ceremony and dancing

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the early 1970’s, during “The Redfern Aboriginal Revolution”, starting at The Foundation for Aboriginal Affairs

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In 1972, Pat Eatock went to the first National Aboriginal Land Rights conference in Alice Springs.

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the drug trade of the 80’s-early 2000’s that “crucified our community”

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The London Oracle

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‘Great Gathering’

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Native Feast

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Parramatta Native Feast

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flogged by policemen