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8: Gary Foley & Jacqui Katona on black power and Aboriginal resistance

MONT sits down with Gary Foley and Jacqui Katona ahead of Invasion Day to talk about black power and Aboriginal resistance. Topics covered include Redfern in the 1960's, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Jabiluka, Indigenous incarceration, the birth of the Aboriginal Legal Service, Gary's ASIO file and CIA intervention in Australian politics.

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MONT sits down with Gary Foley and Jacqui Katona ahead of Invasion Day to talk about black power and aboriginal resistance. Topics covered include Redfern in the 1960's, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Jabiluka, indigenous incarceration, the birth of the Aboriginal Legal Service, Gary's ASIO file and CIA intervention in Australian politics.

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