4 Dec 2011

That's what she lived for, and that's what she died for.






April Bright -

posted Jun 7, 2010 5:04 PM by Jabulani Son
"Traditional ownership to Country for my Mum was everything ~ everything. It was the songs, the ceremony, the land, themselves, their family ~ everything that life was all about. This place here was her heart. That's what she lived for, and that's what she died for."

Transcript of Maranunga [Marranunggu] Proceedings, October 1993, Special Hearing before the Wagait Traditional Ownership Dispute Committee.

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