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The Yindjibarndi lose a guiding light

Categories: Culture, Human Rights, Mining, Respect, Shared humanity

by: Bakchos
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Blak and Black is saddened to hear of the passing of Yindjibarndi Elder Mr Ned Mayaringbungu Cheedy at the age of 105. Mr Cheedy was custodian of the Yindjibarndi stories which he endeavoured to pass onto successive generations and also took an active interest in the battle of the Yindjibarndi to protect their sacred lands from indiscriminate mining at the hands of Fortescue Mining Group. Blak and Black expresses out sincere condolences to the family of Mr Cheedy and the Yindjibarndi people. From  a Wiradjuri Warrior and those in support of the Yindjibarndi, we say vale.


  1. You’ll be sadly missed, brother

  2. Yes Indigenous Australia has sufferred a great loss in the passing of Mr Cheedy

  3. A sad day for Black Australia

  4. Anne Shiny via Facebook says:

    Andy, A sad day for Australia in general. to lose such memories, learnings and knowledge. I hope his Dreaming is peaceful.

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