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Breaking the silence: Australia must acknowledge a violent past
There is a memorial to honour those killed at Myall Creek, one of the few massacres where the perpetrators were punished, but for the most part modern Australia does not know the true history of the land where we tread.
Myall Creek: here, in 1838, a crime that would not be forgotten took place
I can tell you how Adam Goodes feels. Every Indigenous person has felt it
'To Adam's ears, the ears of so many Indigenous people, these boos are a howl ... that echoes across two centuries of invasion.' Photograph: Paul Miller/AAP.
A dark chapter of history is tied up in the name of the Canning electorate
'Queue jumpers' and 'boat people': the way we talk about refugees began in 1977
'Hawke's efforts to make the boat arrivals into a key election issue were unsuccessful ... and after a few days in which “boat people” dominated the front pages of newspapers around the country, the issue lost traction.

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