Indigenous campaign's Deadly Questions revealed as Victoria pushes for treaty

Organisers feared the project might amplify racist opinions but were pleasantly surprised by the results

In June, prominent Indigenous Victorians issued a call: to ask them “deadly questions”. As part of the state’s treaty push, Australians were encouraged to ask anything they had ever wanted to know about Aboriginal people.

Now, that group – dubbed the Deadly Questions champions and including Yorta Yorta man Adam Briggs, Gunditjmara film-maker Richard Frankland and the Wemba-Wemba actor and academic Carissa Lee, among others – has answered those questions.

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