Native American Public Telecommunications

 

Title

Aboriginal Olympics (9/20/00)

Date of this Version

September 2000

Abstract

The 2000 Olympics have kicked off and this year's games are proving to be quite special considering that more Indigenous nations are represented and there is a state-of-the-art design to the environment-friendly facilities. The Australian Aboriginal peoples have also found the Olympics in Sydney to be an effective forum to raise their cultural issues. Can the 2000 Olympiad help usher in a new era of Indigenous awareness and environmental responsibility? Invited guests include Allison Tate of the Australian-based Union Aid Workers and 1964 Gold Medalist Billy Mills.

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