Blak Deaths in Custody Part Five: Ms Dhu and Black Lives Matter (BLM)
It’s a sad fact that often it takes a death to spark change and that was especially the case with Yamatji woman Ms Dhu, whose death provoked law reform in WA.
In part five of Blak Deaths in Custody Pat Dodson opens up about the anger he felt knowing Ms Dhu’s death could have been prevented if the royal commission’s recommendation had been introduced and we witness the growth of protests for change on the 30th anniversary of its report.
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