Reconciliation. The word is used almost automatically, especially in the context of the arguments about the Voice referendum. It sounds so …. positive and peaceful in contrast to the stormy seas in which it floats like a life jacket. But what is the nature of reconciliation? How would it manifest? How do we recognise it has been achieved?
I have a suggestion.
Modern Australia has come to terms with the racial sins of its colonial past in many, many ways.
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