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A concert of hybrid culture celebrates climb down at Uluru


 
Maraku Inma performers and the Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir all knew the words of Shane Howard’s "Solid Rock",  spontaneously dancing during the sound check in heart lifting delight. The same thing happened with Garrett’s "Beds are Burning". "Person-to-person recognition and reconciliation has been going on underground for a long time. We don’t need long speeches," writes CRAIG SAN ROQUE. 

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