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Red dust settles after Garma 2019 stirs the winds of change

by Hannah Cross in CULTURE

In far north-east Arnhem Land, the red dust settles on the sacred Gulkula site, signalling the closing of the iconic Garma Festival for another year. In its 21st year, Garma Festival brought a pilgrimage of people from across the nation. Both First Nations and non-First Nations people flocked to Gumatj country to celebrate Yolngu culture and hear First Nations leaders create dialogue around issues facing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander [...]

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