As we move closer and closer to the referendum, stories are emerging from our schools that should make any parent demand an audience with the principal. A couple of weeks ago it came to light that a class of pre-schoolers, barely out of nappies and only just able to express themselves in fully formed sentences, were being told that they need to say sorry through the medium of crayons, for what white people supposedly did to Aboriginal Australians nearly three centuries ago.
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