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Question 1: In 1971 Neville Bonner became the first Indigenous person to…

Answer: Sit in the Federal Parliament.

Question 2: Which city council became the first to fly the Aboriginal flag?

Answer: Newcastle City Council.

Question 3: Dujuan Hoosan, Arrernte and Garrwa boy from Alice Springs, became the youngest person to address the UN Human Rights Council at…

Answer: 12 years old.

Question 4: The first Indigenous woman to win a tennis grand slam and rank world number 1 was…

Answer: Evonne Goolagong Cawley.

Question 5: Who was the first Indigenous Australian person to win a world boxing title?

Answer: Lionel Rose.

Question 6: At what age did Patty Mills become the youngest-ever member of Australia’s national basketball team?

Answer: 17 years old.

Question 7: In which event did Cathy Freeman win a gold medal at the 2000 Olympic Games?

Answer: 400 metre sprint.

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From all of us at Amnesty, thank you for embarking on this journey with us as an anti-racism ally. Your support as an ally is changing lives.