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Everyman

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The Broken Covenant
This year Australia has been much in the news, but surprisingly little has been heard about the plight of the ' other Australians ', the Aborigines. Last week's Everyman reported on tribal Aborigines in the outback, on their struggle to retain their own way of life. But what happens to Aborigines caught up in the cities? This film explores the Aborigine experience of Sydney, and the response of one remarkable white priest, Fr Ted Kennedy , who believes it is time white ' civilisation' stopped telling ' primitive ' tribes how to live their lives.
1 Aborigines say " when white people came we had the land and they had the Bible. Now we've got the Bible and they've got the land." I feel we're the ones who need evangelising - by them! '
Film editor RICHARD BRUNSKILL Producer DAVID M. THOMPSON Editor JOHN STUART ROBERTS

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Unknown: Fr Ted Kennedy
Editor: Richard Brunskill
Producer: David M. Thompson
Editor: John Stuart Roberts

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