Postcard From Australia: Wherein Some See Souvenirs And Slang, A Race-In-The United States Reporter Sees Stereotypes

But that change starts with trust, a bridge that white Australia has yet to cross with its First Nations people.
From what I observed, it would seem laughable to question the abilities of Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders.
And when I was speeding through the Torres Strait on a dinghy with a young boy who was able to point out oyster shells amid vast underwater coral reefs.
“Now if we controlled the economics in this region, we could solve the problem [of indigenous plight],” said Maluwap Nona, a Torres Strait Islander and activist for fishing rights.
Virtually every news reporter I saw on television was white, as were all the politicians I saw stumping during elections in the state of Western Australia.

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