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Australian indigenous rights activist

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Pat Dodson: Australian indigenous rights activist
Patrick Lionel Djargun Dodson is a Senator for Western Australia. He is a Yawuru man from Broome, Western Australia. He has been chairman of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation, Commissioner into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, and a Roman Catholic priest. He was the winner of the 2008 Sydney Peace Prize and the 2009 John Curtin Medallist. His brother is Mick Dodson, also a national Indigenous Australian leader.

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'Father of Reconciliation' Pat Dodson to be Indigenous Affairs minister under Labor

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has tapped the 'Father of Reconciliation' Patrick Dodson to be Indigenous Affairs minister if Labor wins the federal election.
SBS - Published

Shorten taps Dodson for indigenous affairs

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten says he wants Patrick Dodson to be indigenous affairs minister if Labor wins the federal election.
SBS - Published

Federal election: Indigenous leader Pat Dodson a likely Shorten cabinet minister

Bill Shorten says he expects to install a West Australian into cabinet if he wins the election, with indigenous leader Pat Dodson the likely nominee.
SBS - Published

Dodson a likely Shorten cabinet minister

Bill Shorten says he expects to install a West Australian into cabinet if he wins the election, with indigenous leader Pat Dodson the likely nominee.
SBS - Published

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