September 24, 2023 3:39 pm

This episode tells the story of my experience in 1980 travelling from Broome to the Noonkanbah protests against the mining giant AMAX, drilling for oil on the sacred site of the Goanna Dreaming. The story covers the history of Dumbartungs activism in the community regarding protests and rallies for Aboriginal human and cultural rights.

This includes the travesty of the Rio Tinto destruction of the ancient Juukan Gorge cave shelters. WE ALSO PAY TRIBUTE TO THE SENIOR LAW MEN AND WOMEN THAT HAVE SUPPORTED DUMBARTUNG DURING OUR PAST 35 YEARS OF CULTURAL ACTIVISM.
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