The Aboriginal Tent Embassy was the single most important action in the struggle for land rights in Australia. This rare historical record is the only film shot from inside the heart of the protest.

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Carol Johnson ...
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The Aboriginal Tent Embassy was the single most important action in the struggle for land rights in Australia. This rare historical record is the only film shot from inside the heart of the protest.

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1972 (Australia)  »

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Hungry for Land  »

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