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Was Kevin Rudd's 'sorry' speech an act of heartfelt reconciliation or an empty gesture? One year on, QWeekend asks 14 Indigenous Australians.


  • This article also includes opinions from Indigenous Australians, David Williams (Creative director,Gilimbaa Indigenous Design Agency); Rhonda Appo (Public sector manager); Nathan Jarro (Barrister, Indigenous Lawyers Association of QLD); Linda Biumaiwa (Indigenous school based trainee coordinator, Sea World Resort); Natalie Alberts (Assistant director, Musgrave Park Cultural Centre); Gracelyn Smallwood (Chairman, Townsville Indigenous Human Rights Group).

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    y separately published work icon The Courier-Mail 7 - 8 February 2009 Z1559720 2009 newspaper issue 2009 pg. 16-22 Section: QWeekend.
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