A story unfolding – Uncle Fred Murray

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Ripple Poetry

Note: As part of cultural protocol in Australia the following ‘warning’ must be mentioned:
Warning – This story features photographs of First Nations people who have since passed away.   This warning is provided as a courtesy for First Nations people who may find this distressing.

Courtesy Williams Family

It is a time for healing, a time for sharing, a time for understanding the significance of Birria to so many people, his descendants, and his Baha’i family.

Uncle Fred Murray’s story has been precious to me since I was a teenager and came across a pamphlet created by his dear friend, and former Counsellor, Howard Harwood.

I became curious to know more about in my twenties. so curious I made a trip to South Australia to speak to people who had known him.

Many years, and just before the pandemic I followed this trip up, with another journey to South Australia.

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Published by June

Writer, photographer, lover of unity in diversity in thought and humanity - poet by nature, world citizen

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