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Submission Number
1011
Participant
Grace
Submission date
Main Submission File
Main Submission Automated Transcript

THE ULURU STATEMENT

I have a dream....

[illustration of a hand shaded black, dark brown and light brown in three separate sections. Rainbow rows emanate out from the hand to meet Uluru at the top of the image. A middle row of the rainbow contains a caption that says ‘Words Are Cheap MUCH Cheaper Than OUR Priceless LAND’. Around the outside of the image runs a caption that says ‘The land is my mother, like a human mother the land gives us protection, enjoyment, and religious. We have a human relationship with the land. When the land is taken from us or destroyed, we feel hurt because we belong to the land, and we are part of it! “You took the colour from me, but I look better in black” “We following the steps of our ancestry and that cannot be broken”. Voice Treaty’]