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Aborigines celebrate national day
Title : Aborigines celebrate national day Aborigines celebrate national day
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Source : Advertiser, 10 July 1970, p. 3
Place Of Creation : Adelaide
Publisher : Advertiser Newspapers Pty Ltd
Date of creation : 1970
Format : Newspaper
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Report of the 1970 National Aborigines Day celebrations held at Taperoo Primary School on Friday 9 July 1970. Other events planned to mark the celebrations were a 'family tea' at a city hall and a dance at Hindmarsh Town Hall organised by the Nunga Football Club and the Committee of the Aboriginal Cultural Centre on Saturday 10 July. A cabaret was also planned for 23 July.

Also a report of 5 Aboriginal men, Stan Raoch, Brain Marshall, Barry Morris, Alan Barker and Charles Moore, setting off from Sydney Town Hall to walk to Brisbane to draw attention to aboriginal land rights.
Related names :

Rigney, Stephen
Taperoo Primary School
Wilson, Bruce

Coverage year : 1970
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