A truly national day wouldn't have racist undertones

Crispin Hull
By Crispin Hull
Updated January 24 2022 - 9:54pm, first published 9:47pm
Protesters walk to Parliament House for the annual Survival Day march on January 26, 2020. Picture: Getty Images

While most nations use their national day to celebrate their identity and/or birth, Australia is approaching yet another Australia Day with continued human confusion and muddle about both. Geographically we are certain what Australia is. Humanly we are not.

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Crispin Hull

Crispin Hull

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Crispin Hull is a former editor of The Canberra Times and a regular columnist.