One of the most tenuous arguments in favour for The Voice was recently made by Mark Leibler. Speaking at an event in Sydney which included Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, Marcia Langton, and Mr Pearson, The Australian reported that Mr Leibler said:
My sense of the ties between my Jewish heritage, the centrality of the state of Israel, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditions and cultures grew even stronger through my former articled clerk and great friend, Noel Pearson.
Noel has often described our two peoples as sharing a ‘land-based identity’ – historical and spiritual.
Noel also says that Indigenous Australians can and must resist...
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