Where all Aussies can be proud this Australia Day

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If you're unsure about celebrating January 26, this First Nation's festival might be for you.

Yabun means"music to a beat" in Gadigal, a clan of the Eora Nation, whose country covers the southern side of Sydney Harbour to the suburbs of the inner west.

On the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the First Fleet, Aboriginal leaders gathered in the Australian Hall at Redfern to highlight the institutional exclusion of Indigenous people.

 

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Typically anti-Australian. Can’t wait until you’re privatised.

All Aussies can be proud of Australia where ever they want. Its a great country and should be celebrated as such

It's just business as usual for 75% of us.

Will First Nations people be thanking other Australians for saving them from the Japanese Invasion in 1942?

Let's celebrate that we are one people, one nation where everyone is equal before the law. All nations have skeletons in the closet from less enlightened times. Let's celebrate the present and look forward to the future, let us not dwell on the past.

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