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Kennedy Hillís 88-year-old Elder Roy Hunter Wiggan spending time with his grandchildren
Kennedy Hillís 88-year-old Elder Roy Hunter Wiggan spending time with his grandchildren

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Kennedy Hillís 88-year-old Elder Roy Hunter Wiggan spending time with his grandchildren
Description: ďI want my children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren to grow up here. We have been here 30 years, this is our home. Many of our people have nowhere else to go. If they demolish the community then we are homeless.Ē
ď...what they should do is rebuild the community, build good quality houses and provide the services that we too have a right to. This is our land, our community,Ē said
Kennedy Hillís 88-year-old Elder Roy Hunter Wiggan spending time with his grandchildren ( from L to R) Marjorie (4 yr), Quane (1 yr) , Meah (3 yr) and Kitana (3 yr) at his family home in Kennedy Hill. Broome, Western Australia. ©Ingetje Tadros/Diime
Keywords: Aborigine australia indigenous aboriginal landrights Kennedy Hill Broome WA
Date: 11.03.2015 07:43
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Byline: Ingetje Tadros
Caption writer: Ingetje Tadros
Date created: 04.06.2014
Caption: ‚ÄúI want my children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren to grow up here. We have been here 30 years, this is our home. Many of our people have nowhere else to go. If they demolish the community then we are homeless.‚ÄĚ
‚Äú...what they should do is rebuild the community, build good quality houses and provide the services that we too have a right to. This is our land, our community,‚ÄĚ said
Kennedy Hill’s 88-year-old Elder Roy Hunter Wiggan spending time with his grandchildren ( from L to R) Marjorie (4 yr), Quane (1 yr) , Meah (3 yr) and Kitana (3 yr) at his family home in Kennedy Hill. Broome, Western Australia.
Copyright Notice: ©Ingetje Tadros
Keywords: Aboriginal, Aboriginal Corporation, aggression, alcohol, alcohol restrictions, at risk, Australia, behaviour, Broome, bush camps, Chinatown, community, condemned, demolition, dry community, family, financial hardship, future, gambling, homeless, hope, housing, indigenous, Ingetje Tadros, Kennedy Hill, problems, real estate in Broome, rough, shanty towns, social housing, squatters, stress, support, the Kimberley, tourist mecca

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