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Australia Apologizes for Abuse of Aboriginal People

The 'Chookie Dancers', an aboriginal dance group,  arrive for an Apology To The Stolen Generations.
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The 'Chookie Dancers', an aboriginal dance group, arrive for an Apology To The Stolen Generations.

Last week, the Australian Prime Minister apologized for historic wrongs against the country's indigenous Aborigines, especially against the so-called "stolen generations."

Farai Chideya talks with Kirstie Parker, managing editor of Australia's indigenous communities newspaper The Koori Mail about race and identity among the country's Aboriginal people.

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