The 1967 federal referendum was a significant moment in Australia’s political history. Over 90 per cent of Australians voted ‘Yes’ to counting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the census and giving the Australian Government the power to make laws for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Join ABC RN’s Daniel Browning as he leads a panel discussion on the impact of the referendum and whether changes to the Australian Constitution reduced discrimination against Indigenous people in Australia.

Presented with the State Library of NSW.

Daniel Browning (Australian)

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Daniel Browning is an ABC journalist and radio broadcaster, and is from the Bundjalung and Kullilli peoples of northern New South Wales and south-western Queensland. A trained artist and freelance arts writer, Daniel produces and presents RN’s Indigenous art and culture program, Awaye! and has guest-edited the contemporary arts journal Artlink.