Displacement, erasure, and family ties

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Clip from Mabo  |  ABC  |  June 10, 2012

The Mabo family head north to Murray Island, but discover their travel request refused, denying father and son the traditional rite of passage before death. Back home, Eddie explains the injustice to Henry and Noel but is shocked to learn that the government claims ownership over Indigenous land. Eddie discusses the situation with Bonita and thinks of his father. While presenting a lecture, Eddie tells a petulant student that the staking of a Union Jack cannot undo 16 generations of cultural k

The Mabo family head north to Murray Island, but discover their travel request refused, denying father and son the traditional rite of passage before death. Back home, Eddie explains the injustice to Henry and Noel but is shocked to learn that the government claims ownership over Indigenous land. Eddie discusses the situation with Bonita and thinks of his father. While presenting a lecture, Eddie tells a petulant student that the staking of a Union Jack cannot undo 16 generations of cultural k

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