Australia Apologizes for Abuse of Aboriginal People
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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