For many years, aboriginal people, believed to be the world’s oldest continuing culture, have sought recognition in Australia’s national and state constitutions. While racial discrimination is no longer accepted in the community, the nation’s constitution permits discrimination on the basis of race, and there are other ways that these indigenous people are not sufficiently valued.
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