Bushfires Are ‘Obliterating the Cultural Memory’ of Australia’s Aboriginal People

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The deadly, ongoing bushfires in Australia have been burning for months. Around Christmas, however, the glittering orange flames grew closer to the community of East Gippsland in eastern Victoria, home to more than 46,000 people. Alice Pepper, an indigenous community organizer with the Gunaikurnai people, among them.Jezebel