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Learning both ways: why Australia needs to embrace the knowledge and history of its Indigenous people

This past August, I found myself again at Gulkula in northeast Arnhem Land for the 20th anniversary Garma Festival run by the Yothu Yindi Foundation on the lands of the Gumatj clans of the Yolngu.

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