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Four men and a beach umbrella

Kamilaroi Uralarai woman Frances Peters-Little on why land rights is fundamental to the campaign for Indigenous justice.

Fifty years ago today a group of four Aboriginal men planted a beach umbrella on the lawns out the front of Parliament House, as part of a protest over land rights.

That action marked the beginning of the longest ever Indigenous land rights protest in history: the Aboriginal Tent Embassy. 

Today, Kamilaroi Uralarai woman Frances Peters-Little on why land rights is fundamental to the campaign for Indigenous justice. 

 

Guest: Filmmaker, historian, author and musician, Dr Frances Peters-Little.

 

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