‘People still say it never happened’: Stolen Generations survivors say Australia still doesn’t accept history

Halpin Hart was nine years old when he was stolen from his family in Katherine, in the Northern Territory.

It was another 20 years until he reconnected with his mother. 

He would never know his father, who died when he was a child.

Mr Hart was first sent to the Retta Dixon Home in Darwin, a place he considers a “holding cell”, before being sent to…

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