Deathscapes

Four migrants, one story: Wedged between two worlds

Deathscapes

Residents in ‘someone else’s land’: How interaction with Indigenous Australians gave new meaning to these migrants’ lives.

 For migrants, moving to a different country often means a struggle with identity and belonging.

For these four migrants, their sense of place began to emerge as they engaged with Australia’s First Peoples.

https://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/explainer/residents-someone-elses-land-how-interaction-indigenous-australians-gave-new-meaning-these?cid=inbody:unwell-aboriginal-woman-found-in-wa-prison-van-naked-and-covered-in-blood


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