Willigan’s Fitzroy: Thirty Years

Willigan’s Fitzroy: Thirty Years
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Over shots of the town of Fitzroy Crossing, Willigan tells us that the Indigenous population have been employed in the CDEP or working for the dole scheme for nearly 30 years. We see people working and collecting their payment. Then, at night, men and boys dancing by the light of parked cars. Willigan talks about a sense of place and maintaining the integrity of their language group.

Summary by Romaine Moreton