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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Australia’s Hidden History of Slavery : the Government Divides to Conquer
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'This article is the fourth in the Black Lives Matter Everywhere series, a collaboration between The Conversation, the Sydney Democracy Network and the Sydney Peace Foundation. To mark the awarding of the 2017 Sydney Peace Prize to the Black Lives Matter Global Network, the authors reflect on the roots of and responses to a movement that has re-ignited a global conversation about racism.' (Introduction)

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