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Tranby stood in solidarity with them, speaking out against the multinational mining companies who, in their words, “completely disregard peoples cultural and historical heritage in their chase for profits. If they want to mine land that happens to be Aboriginal land, they’ll go ahead and do it, unless they’re stopped”. Kevin ‘Cookie’ told Tribune “A win for the miners is a win for all oppressed people”. The parallels between the trade union and Aboriginal Land Rights movements were a strong pillar for Tranby’s social and political activism throughout the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s.

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