Change too slow for indigenous Australians

IN 1946, 20 years before the Gurindji people’s famous Wave Hill strike in the Northern Territory, my late father, Peter Coppin, and other elders led the entire tribal clans off the cattle stations in the Pilbara region of Western Australia for equal pay, better working conditions, and a quality of lifestyle comparable to that of the region’s white population.


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