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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