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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Four Thousand Fish and Broken Glass Connect Sydney’s Aboriginal Past to Its Present
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'Last year, the federal government’s swift rejection of an Indigenous Voice to Parliament left an already despairing Aboriginal polity limping out the final weeks and days of 2017, myself included. Without offering an alternate plan for protecting and advancing Aboriginal rights at the national level, hope for Aboriginal futures was in short supply.' (Introduction)

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