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On January 26th 1988, over 2.5 million people lined the streets of Sydney Harbour to commemorate the arrival of the First Fleet in New South Wales, a day that marked the beginning of European settlement in Australia. Coined the "Celebration of a Nation", the 1988 re-enactment of the First Fleet held a very different meaning for Australia's Aboriginal community. On that very same day, Aboriginal people from across the country took part in Sydney's largest march since the Vietnam Moratorium. Convoys of people travelled from every corner of Australia took part in the March for 'Freedom, Hope and Justice'. The march was a statement of survival and sobering reminder at the exclusion of Aboriginal voice in Australian history.

88 is suitable for Years 10-12 History and English.
 

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