One People Sing Freedom

40,000 Aboriginal people and supporters came from all corners of the country - foot, road, train and air – to march in Sydney on January 26, 1988. Their aim was to take a message to all Australians. This program shows the behind-the-scenes organisation involved in such a large demonstration, as well as the demonstrations themselves in Sydney, Hobart and Alice Springs.
Features Pat Dodson, Director Central Lands Council, and Aboriginal Activists Tiga Bayles and Gary Foley.
Produced by the Aboriginal Programs Unit ABC TV and funded by the Department of Aboriginal Affairs.
Curriculum links include: English, SOSE/History, Discovering Democracy, Civics & Citizenship, Indigenous Studies, Koori History.

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Production Year: 
1998
Duration: 
50 mins
Series Episode
Standard $110
Schools $88
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