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Distressed Indigenous elders decry racism after attack on ‘Hollywood’ sign

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On the banks of the Balonne River is a site known by St George locals as Hollywood, where until the late 1960s many Indigenous people lived in camps.

Elder Jim Troutman chuckles as he explains the origin of the name: because “that’s where the good lookin’ people come from”.

Distressed Indigenous elders decry racism after attack on ‘Hollywood’ sign



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