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Thank you for your issue on White Fragility, I am white but not fragile. However this also reminded me that not being racist is not enough.
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How do we solve the ‘day that shall not be named’ ? Just changing the date is tokenistic but at least a start of recognising the day that began a genocide, but what should the process be for selecting a date? Just the third friday of January or something equally random, not tied to events of the past? We can’t celebrate ‘the day’ Indigenous people ‘arrived’ because indigenous people have always been here, we could celebrate on Mabo Day as the revoking of terra nullis but that feels like misappropriating a day that celebrates indigenous rights, and there aren’t enough of them… Obviously the strongest voices on this issue should be Indigenous but I’m also well aware the Indigenous community is just a broad and varied as other parts of the community, what’s your feeling about how this process should happen?