when Australians hear ‘Gurindji’ most think about Vincent Lingiari leading the workers and their families from Wave Hill Station, 50 years ago this August. The 1966 Wave Hill Walk Off helped to bring on the equal wages case in the pastoral industry and Aboriginal land rights in the Northern Territory. Much fewer would know about the time before the walk off - the decades of massacres, stolen children and other abuses of power by the early settlers. ...'
'I bin working out there all my life at Wave Hill Station, Jinparrak. After our boss he got crippled ankle, he went to Darwin and he sit there for a couple of week. Then Dexter Daniels, from Roper, run into him in Darwin and Dexter Daniels bin ask question of Vincent Lingiari. ‘How Vetsey bin treating all you mob at Wave Hill Station? ...'’