MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 25: Michael Long and Nicky Winmar walk out onto the MCG before the start of the round nine AFL match between the Richmond Tigers and the Essendon Bombers at Melbourne Cricket Ground on May 25, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.
I can still see Michael Long carrying the ball out of the middle and destroying us in that first quarter
It goes to the heart of this nation ... We have one of the oldest cultures in the world and we should celebrate that and be proud of that. It should be something that binds the nation, but it is not recognised in our most important document, the Australian Constitution.More quotes »
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Turn back time to heal wounds
Michael Long, at TIO Stadium in Darwin, says he will meet with Collingwood boss Eddie McGuire and is confident he will agree to a 20-year reunion of the Collingwood-Indigenous All-Stars match. Picture: from NT News Read more »
Eradicate a historical wrong
Tony Abbott, Michael Long and Peter Garrett begin the journey. Picture: Aaron Francis Source: The Australian THERE are issues that are simply above partisan politics. Recognising indigenous Australians in our Constitution is one such issue. For too long, from The Australian Read more »
Why Eddie's comments hurt so deeply
Michael Long didn't accept Eddie McGuire's resignation from his charity foundation. Picture: Daniel Hartley-Allen Source: Herald Sun MICHAEL Long is hurt and angry. He uses the word crucified. From a man whose people have been and still are being crucifi from NEWS.com.au Read more »
Eddie offers to stand aside
Video will begin in 5 seconds. Eddie McGuire in Goodes King Kong gaffe 3AW radio reported that Triple M radio host and Collingwood president Eddie McGuire wondered if it would be a good idea to use Adam Goodes to promote a King Kong musical. A defiant Ed from Sydney Morning Herald Read more »
'Bringing indigenous into the fold'
When Michael Long set off on the first Long Walk, it was more or less a solo effort, driven by despair after attending too many indigenous funerals. It started small and grew into a clarion call for national action. Back in November 2004, when Long set o from The Age Read more »