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Aboriginals have little to feel positive about in 2018

Tauto Sansbury |  30 March 2018

FOR the best part of my 40 years’ involvement with my community, with governments, with the political system, with service providers both Aboriginal and NGOs, there isn’t much I can write about that has been positive for the long term.

As we enter the New Year I want to not only reflect on the current situation, but also look to the future and what needs to be done to improve outcomes for Aboriginal people in South Australia.

 


Tauto Sansbury


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