The People of the Dreamtime

The People of the Dreamtime

By Hwaa Irfan

August 09th is the U.N. Day of Indigenous Peoples, but given the contemptable actions of Alizee SerAlizee Sery who unknowingly was dragging others down to her level of existence by wearing almost next to nothing on top of the sacred mountain of Uluru, indigenous peoples only have rights one day a year.

Here we take an outsiders view of what is to walk the road least traveled from our point of view, by looking at their point of view.

In the Beginning

What is Uluru?

Their Story

Traditions and Kinship Ties

The Stolen Generation

Reclaiming Identity Through Islam

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