Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 Some Burned. Some Danced. Some Moved On.
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'Pictured shortly before the uprising of the autonomous State of Bama Land circa 2015, we can see the differing responses to the split, from separate citizen groups at the time. Some burned, some danced, some moved on. They say Bama leaders of the Far North in Queensland were fed up with seeing few of the benefits of the wealth generated in the engine room of the North, which instead were being redirected to the state's population-heavy southeast. ...'


  • This work is a Photo Essay.

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    y Narrative Witness 2 Narrative Witness: Indigenous Peoples, Australia-United States Sarah Raine (editor), Iowa : 2016 10195692 2014 anthology poetry essay 'In fall 2015, 32 indigenous writers and photographers living in Australia and the United States came together in an online exchange to create fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and photography centered on the theme of "narrative witness." Led by writing and photography workshop facilitators, the group work shopped their photo essays and texts online over the course of two months. ...' Iowa : 2016
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