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“White Guilt” to blame for silence around Indigenous Domestic Violence: Josephine Cashman

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Indigenous Lawyer Josephine Cashman has blamed “White Guilt” for the silence around the disproportionate levels of domestic violence Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women face compared to Non-Indigenous Australians whilst criticizing a report from Our Watch that labels Colonisation as a driving force in the disproportionate numbers.

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Dylan interviewed Josephine Cashman for The Edge:

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