Aboriginal Olympics (9/20/00)
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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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