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Friday essay: beyond 'statue shaming' — grappling with Australia's legacies of slavery

By Jane Lydon, Wesfarmers Chair of Australian History, The University of Western Australia
Zoë Laidlaw, Professor of History, The University of Melbourne
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When Britain legislated to abolish slavery in 1833, some former slave owners moved to the Australasian colonies. New research traces this movement of people, money and ideologies.

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