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By Reuters

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PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA (RECENT) (REUTERS TELEVISION) VARIOUS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ART GALLERY FROM REMOTE WARBURTON COMMUNITY VARIOUS PERTH STREET SCENES VARIOUS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ART GALLERY FROM REMOTE WARBURTON COMMUNITY VARIOUS PERTH VARIOUS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ART GALLERY FROM REMOTE WARBURTON COMMUNITY (SOUNDBITE) (English) DAVID IMLA, WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL LEGAL SERVICE OFFICER, SAYING: "To bring it into a contemporary perspective kids are being left in communities, not invariably but they are groups who are abandoned, where the parents have severe problems stemming from unemployment and dislocation themselves, and quite often large groups of eight to 18 year olds are left to their own devices and their doesn't seem to be good faith on the part of the government to address those basic issues". VARIOUS PERTH SKYLINE VARIOUS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ART GALLERY FROM REMOTE WARBURTON COMMUNITY (SOUNDBITE) (English) PERTH INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL DIRECTOR SEAN DORAN, SAYING: "Ironically as it may seem, our bringing the festival forward this year to Australia Day, January 26th which is a celebration of the white settlement of Australia from the time when Cook arrived but our choosing to do that was to put edge I suppose into the beginning of the festival of who that day should include and the local aboriginal culture for the first time created a survival concert on that day as part of the overall celebrations which I think was a major step forward by them particularly of confidence and their ability to see themselves included on that day so I think its vindicated why the festival should begin on that day and have relevance to being an Australian festival". VARIOUS AUSTRALIAN BEACH AND COUNTRYSIDE (SOUNDBITE) (English) AUTHOR HENRY REYNOLDS, SAYING "The Aboriginal was left out almost entirely. When I began teaching 30 years ago I was given a text book, it was assigned to me and it was a general history of Australia and Aboriginals weren't even mentioned, not even an index entry under Aboriginal. So they were written out of the story and we've been trying to write them back in for the last 25 years and it causes many people a great deal of pain because it changes the nature of the story."

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