Revisited: On resolving obstacles to his aboriginal identity, Bruce Pascoe


In the midst of two life-changing incidents last summer, acclaimed author Bruce Pascoe discovered himself: the East Gippsland bushfires and a very public debate surrounding his best-selling book Dark Emu and his Indigenous identity.

Lorena Allam, Indigenous Affairs editor of Guardian Australia, talks to Pascoe in this episode about how he recovered and how he put his energies into a historic farming project in Mallacoota.

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