Patrick, Wantarri Steven Jampijinpa; Williams, Mary-Anne
Warlpiri people have lived in their homelands for countless generations.1
Western Europeans began to intrude into these places only a century ago.
Since that first contact, kardiya2
have shot, poisoned, forcibly relocated, and
They have imposed foreign ideas upon yapa, and despised yapa
ways of being—ceremonies, language, relationships, connection to country,
cosmology, and law (Reynolds 1987, 1989). Some Warlpiri call this ngurrakurlu (Pawu-Kurlpurlurnu et al. 2008)....[Show more]
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