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Stolen Generations welcome planned museum in Darwin

  • 24 April 2017

    The Northern Territory (NT) Government has confirmed plans to build a $50-million museum on a historic site in Darwin, including a section dedicated to the Kahlin Compound.

    In the 1900s, the Kahlin Compound was used to segregate Indigenous people considered to be half-caste from the rest of Darwin and their families.

    A healing centre and a library are among the proposals being considered for the site, according to NT Stolen Generations Aboriginal Corporation's Chairwoman, Eileen Cummings.

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    Source: ABC News

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