The apmereke artweye and kwetungurle are known. But they are …

Comment on Cultural museum for Alice: That’s how it could be done by Penangke.

The apmereke artweye and kwetungurle are known. But they are seldom respected particularly by developers and government who look for yes men to support their plans and to foster the bickering and division.

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Cultural museum for Alice: That’s how it could be done
You don’t share with someone who has no respect.


Cultural museum for Alice: That’s how it could be done
If anyone wants an Aboriginal cultural centre in Alice Springs the first thing they should do is follow cultural protocols and talk to the apmereke-artweye and kwetungurle for mparntwe. Otherwise it’s gammon.


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And judging by this the CLP will fail to listen or take into consideration the views of the senior custodians for this place.
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CLP would build gallery at Desert Park, not Anzac precinct
And judging by this the CLP will fail to listen or take into consideration the views of the senior custodians for this place.
Tourism wants engagement with Indigenous people. Tourists want indigenous experiences but it will never happen when there is no respect for Indigenous people or culture.
That lack of respect starts in the halls of power and echos down onto the streets.


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