Indigenous reconciliation is hard, it re-opens wounds to heal them

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While the pursuit of reconciliation will, by its very nature, press settler colonial states towards a difficult confrontation with their own past, it is, in essence, a nation-building project. Reconciliation’s end goal is always unity – the consolidation of the nation-state as an undivided whole: one land, one people.
https://theconversation.com/indigenous-reconciliation-is-ha…?

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