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"Eight years went by, eight long years of waiting, until one day a tall stranger appeared in the land. He came with lawyers, and he came with great ceremony, and through Vincent’s fingers, poured a handful of sand…” - Paul Kelly ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’
[Gough Whitlam pouring sand through the hand of Vincent Lingiari on that iconic day in 1975 when the local land was returned to the Gurindji people]

"Eight years went by, eight long years of waiting, until one day a tall stranger appeared in the land. He came with lawyers, and he came with great ceremony, and through Vincent’s fingers, poured a handful of sand…” - Paul Kelly ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’

[Gough Whitlam pouring sand through the hand of Vincent Lingiari on that iconic day in 1975 when the local land was returned to the Gurindji people]

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    i need to have this on my blog.
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    My professor broke down and started crying during my lecture when he got to the bit about the sand.
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