Families of 1967 campaigners reflect on Indigenous rights on referendum anniversary

More than half a century ago, Australians were asked to head to the polls in a referendum to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as part of the population and allow the federal government to make laws for them.

The referendum in 1967 was the culmination of decades of campaigning by Indigenous…

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