Healthcare in Australia’s Aboriginal communities is hindered by a long history of racial discord between very different cultures. Georgina Kenyon discovers the story of one young woman who died in the 1980s, and asks whether anything has changed since.
Written by Georgina Kenyon
Read by Pip Mayo
Produced by Barry J Gibb
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If you liked this story, we recommend Georgina Kenyon's short accompanying article about the Royal Flying Doctor Service and Blood Speaks, Rose George's tale of menstrual taboo in Nepal and Bangladesh.