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“Many live in conditions of abject poverty, unthinkable to the non-aboriginal majority.”
“Australia remains the only Commonwealth country not to have a treaty with its original owners, and although a treaty may have made little difference to the lives of aboriginal Australians, the celebration of Australia Day on unceded land makes many non-aboriginal Australians, myself included, feel highly uncomfortable.”
“They assume that today's non-aboriginal culture is rightly and inevitably dominant, and by doing so, construct aboriginal heritage as a cultural artefact instead of a political reality.”
“The Australia that settler colonialism has produced is one in which aboriginal Australians have a life expectancy 17 years shorter than non-aboriginal Australians.”
“By continuing to reiterate the idea that aboriginal culture is "ancient", "traditional" and "part of our national heritage", the proposed amendments help non-aboriginal Australians to forget not only the genocidal violence perpetrated by early settlers but also their own implication, as settlers on unceded land, in producing the conditions under which most aboriginal Australians live today.”
“In Sydney, the day's official activities will kick off with an aboriginal dance performance, giving non-aboriginal Australians a neatly choreographed experience of the "age-old traditional ceremonies" and "ancestral creation spirits" that the tourist industry are keen to put forward as aboriginal culture.”
“One thing that works to make a difference and bridge the gap between aboriginal and non-aboriginal people is education.”
“Now Nelson is bringing up the cobbers going to war, aboriginal and non-aboriginal Australians lying (dead) beside each other on the battle fields.”
“Comparisons of substance use disorders and correlates between aboriginal and non-aboriginal adolescents living in a mountain region in southern Taiwan [An article from: Addictive Behaviors] by C.F. Yen”
“Amongst our aboriginal population the rate of self destruction of children is five to six times that among non-aboriginal children;”
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