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Australians: Dr Faith Bandler
Dr Faith Bandler
ABC  |  November 25, 2009

Profiles the life of human rights activist Dr Faith Bandler. As the daughter of a South Sea Islander who was kidnapped to work in the Queensland canefields, she grew up believing in equality and freedom. She fought for rights and freedoms denied to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as one of the leaders during the ten year campaign leading to the 1967 referendum.

Profiles the life of human rights activist Dr Faith Bandler. As the daughter of a South Sea Islander who was kidnapped to work in the Queensland canefields, she grew up believing in equality and freedom. She fought for rights and freedoms denied to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as one of the leaders during the ten year campaign leading to the 1967 referendum.

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