After Queen’s Passing, Australia Debates How to Move on From Colonial Wrongs – The Diplomat

advertisement Following the recent death of Queen Elizabeth II, the uncomfortable conversation about Australia’s colonization and the role the monarch has played in exacerbating those problems has once again come into the spotlight. Britain’s longest-serving monarch oversaw the 1967 referendum that saw Indigenous Australians officially recognized in the constitution for the first time. However, she …

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