'Justice Ride' to the Northern Territory

July 2010
Green Left Weekly;7/7/2010, Issue 843, p4
A photograph of twenty-five intrepid activists who will be participating Alice Springs, a part of a Justice Ride to show solidarity with Aboriginal people fighting against Northern Territory intervention.


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