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Jack Thompson reads the Uluru Statement at the opening ceremony of Garma Festival, Arnhem Land. Photo: Melanie Faith Dove

Voice of First Nations must be heard through dialogue and education: opinion

In recognising the constitutional role of First Nation peoples in Australian affairs, as imagined in the Uluru Statement, there is an opportunity to give full expression to our philosophical and cultural identity through the processes that govern the entire nation: the question is not whether it should be done, but rather how. A historic shift of understanding our common humanity, dignity and purpose is required.

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