10 Dark Secrets Australia Doesn't Want You To Know
When you think of dream destinations and places you would like to live, many people think of Australia! A beautiful country indeed with a clean image, no wars and a stable society. But scratch the surface and what you will find will shock you. Here is just 10 of Australia's darkest secrets! Please support the fight for justice and Aboriginal Independence at BLACKFULLA REVOLUTION on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ourcountryourchoice
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Aboriginal Weapons and Hunting Technics | The Life of an Aboriginal
Australian Aborigines | The Life of an Aboriginal - Aboriginal Weapons and Hunting Technics
Garma Festival 2007 - Yolngu Aboriginal Boy Arnhemland Australia by Cameron Herweynen
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Australian Aboriginal Rites of Passage
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Bark Painting | Gunbalanya (Oenpelli)(?) | The Met
"Bark Painting" (ca. mid 20th century). Australia, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Gunbalanya (Oenpelli) peoples. Bark, Paint. The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Bequest of Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1979. Posted on metmuseum.org.
Bark Painting | Yirrkala | The Met
"Bark Painting" (ca. mid 20th century). Australia, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Yirrkala peoles. Bark, Paint. The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Gift of Mrs. Shirley Curson-Weiss, in memory of Arthur Weiss, 1975. Posted on metmuseum.org.