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A new exhibition of Aboriginal massacres that occurred in Victoria has opened as part of the permanent First Peoples exhibition at the Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Melbourne Museum, Victoria, Australia. Black Day, Sun Rises, Blood Runs is a multimedia presentation, as well as a film, of this terrible period in Victoria’s history when Aboriginal people defended their country in what is coming to be known in Victoria as the ‘Homeland Wars’. More information about the new exhibition can be found in news items as follows: