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This led to disillusionment and discontent on the part of the younger generation, whose white counterparts were challenging the white political mainstream over issues to do with imperialism and neo-colonialism Vietnam , and personal freedom. She was, like tens of thousands of northern Indigenous people, brought up under the  Act, dictating where she and her family could go, work, be educated and marry. Yarrabah was established and run, with a mixture of military precision and muscular Christianity, by missionary Ernest Gribble, who introduced segregation by gender and put the children in dormitories away from their parents.
It became home to more than 30 different — often historically fractious — tribes of the Gunggandji and Yidindji people. In the photograph Ye-I-Nie stands bare-chested, holding an elaborately painted shield.
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The plate hangs around his neck and he wears a shell headdress believed to have magical properties. Marrie, with a diploma in teaching and a masters in environmental and local law, has worked for the UN and in philanthropy in the United States.
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I got to touch these things in London — and I wanted them returned to the country where they belong. And then their culture was taken and put in museums all over the world, and reinterpreted, so that we are now told what it means. But there is an acute housing shortage: an estimated more homes are needed to accommodate the population, which is largely welfare dependent. Yarrabah has the social and economic issues — teenage pregnancy and child removal, alcohol abuse, poverty, unemployment, health problems, petty crime, inadequate housing — that underscore life in too many Indigenous communities but escape the notice of the rest of Australia.
There have been three suicides in the past few months; one just a week or so earlier.
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We cross Blackfellow Creek, also a massacre site and an old Aboriginal camping ground, before heading up the valley. It was just words on paper that had really no meaning. Everything we got after that, we had to fight hard to get — and nothing has changed. Marrie says the federal government was empowered to make Indigenous lives better, yet laws — state and federal — continue to oppress them.
She cites the Northern Territory Intervention , during which government troops were sent into communities amid allegations of child abuse. Convictions for child abuse in relevant communities did not increase significantly during the intervention. Tarneen was born in Victoria in , and Djerami in Queensland in the s — either side of the referendum. She was put to work as a domestic, made to bathe in bleach and denied contact with her Aboriginal family.