We are constantly being told that the Uluru Statement is an invitation from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to ‘walk with us in a movement of the Australian people for a better future’. But we can only join in the walk to Canberra on their terms. We cannot, under any circumstances, walk with the Bundjalung people to the top of Mount Warning.
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