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The odds were against an Aborigine trying to fight a settler in court. But Tommy McRae believed he had a right to fair treatment.
At a time when Aboriginal culture and traditions were under threat, art helped tell the story of Victoria's Indigenous people.
A friendship between Aboriginal leader Simon Wonga and Protector William Thomas led to the return of land to Wonga's people.
It only addressed part of the problem, but to Australia, the 1967 referendum represented a ‘fair go' for Indigenous people.
Tommy McRae's work is more than just a link to his culture – it illustrates the impact of European settlement on the landscape.