Interesting article. However, Mr Ryan’s home community is Kalkarangi / …

Comment on Black power: voices from the bush have made themselves heard by Jay.

Interesting article. However, Mr Ryan’s home community is Kalkarangi / Daguragu not Lajamanu.

[ED – Thanks for the correction. My bad. The article has been amended. Kieran Finnane.]

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