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Friday essay: 'I said no' – Nie's refusal and the troubling question of Pacific slavery in Australia

By Penny Edmonds, Matthew Flinders Professor, Flinders University
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In 1881, a Pacific Islander woman brought here to walk on a sugar cane plantation ran away. She was violently retrieved by her employer. Her story sheds moving light on a dark history of exploitation.The Conversation

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