Aboriginal groups pay tribute to campaigner Ray Jackson

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Tributes are flowing in for Wiradjuri Warrior Ray Jackson, who passed away on Friday at the age of 73. He is remembered for his life long fight against Indigenous incarceration rates and deaths in custody. Ray Jackson founded and was president of The Indigenous Social Justice Association, working to unite the families of those who died in custody in a joint campaign for justice. He was a victim of the stolen generation, taken from his family at two years old. and was dedicated to stopping the continuation of child removal.

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