Reliving History is a special series of Good Weekend Talks hosted by Kamilaroi journalist, Ella Archibald-Binge. Each episode will revisit key moments in Australian history through the eyes of First Nations people who lived them. In this episode we relook at The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. Long before Black Lives Matter became a catch-cry, the Hawke government announced a landmark inquiry into Aboriginal deaths in custody. Richard Frankland had the grim task of tracking down families to investigate the “horrific” deaths.
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