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John Pilger - The Secret Country - The First Australians Fight Back
The secret history of Australia is a historical conspiracy of silence. Written history has long applied selectivity to what it records, largely ignoring the shameful way that the Aborigines were, and continue to be, treated. (1985)
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My Country Australia - BBC Culture Documentary, recorded 10.04.2010 & The Forgotten Generation
"Despite the countless government initiatives and billions of dollars invested in attempting to reduce it, crime in the Northern Territory Aboriginal population is at an all-time high. This is because there are two legal systems. One of them is 40,000 years old. The other is 200 years old and has been imposed without consultation or respect. Whilst only mainstream Australian law is legally recognised, the simple truth is that Aboriginal people living in remote Australia pay more attention to Aboriginal law.'' : Film-maker and lawyer Danielle Loy talks to Dave Richards from Alice Online about her film Bush Law."
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What Happen To The Aboriginals Of Australia ?
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Aboriginal Massacre at Bingara (Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay country)
The ugly truth of white settlement & usurping of aboriginal lands in what is now known as Australia.
This video is an excerpt from the film "Island Of Lies" (1991)about Eliza Fraser (Fraser Island). All Copyright belongs to Ronin Films & Gillian Coote (Director). A great documentary & must see for all Australians & internationals.
Aboriginal 4 Wheel Dreaming
An epic journey around Australia for 10 years living with the Aboriginal people and learning about art, bush medicine,didgeridoo and traditional dreamtime stories in this documentary titled '4 Wheel Dreaming. This is a full feature documentary 1hr 20min and you can buy this DVD by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Australia's Boomtown Curse
Natural resources are powering Australia's economy to record highs, but is there a dark side to the country's mining boom?