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Going home by 'the rabbit-proof fence'

Three young girls torn from the arms of their mothers. Transported far from their home and housed in grim conditions with other children. Told they will be trained as domestic servants.

Unable to bear the separation from their families, they escape. On foot, they embark on an epic three-month, 2,400-kilometer (1,491mile) journey home over desolate terrain, pursued by their captors. Their guide for this trek is the longest unbroken line of fence in the world—Australia's rabbit-proof fence.

October 7, 2002

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