In the true spirit of Territory day, “white” people are …

Comment on It’s a Territory of variety by CherieM.

In the true spirit of Territory day, “white” people are playing music with “black” people and Aboriginal children are playing with “white” children. I’m not sure why skin colour is relevant to this article or anywhere for that matter.

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