MP3: Noel Pearson: The Whitlam Oration

27.11.2013

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Noel Pearson: The Whitlam Oration MP3

Noel Pearson offers his thoughts on how the post Whitlam project to overcome social disadvantage can be pursued and why the Australian constitution needs to be updated to recognise indigenous heritage and end discrimination. Source: abc.net.au

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