Australia mulls reducing financial support for indigenous communities

In Australia, a potential cut to government funding is threatening the existence of remote communities.
Around ten thousand indigenous Australians live in isolated parts of the country, places important to their heritage.
But now the state of Western Australia is considering reducing how much money these communities get.

Al Jazeera’s Andrew Thomas reports from Biridu in Western Australia.

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