'Not a Riot in Kalgoorlie - Anger is the voice of the people': Local First Nations broadcaster

Sep 23, 2016, 09:07 AM

Debbie Carmody, an Anangu woman is First Nation radio broadcaster in the Goldfields region explains that 'anger is the voice of the people'. She talks about the deplorable history of racism and injustices in Kalgoorlie..

In examples of Kalgoorlie racism, Debbie said: 'Kalgoorlie had the highest NO vote in the 1967 referendum' and 'In the 2000 Olympics the people booed Kathy Freeman when she crossed the line in her win'.

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