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Discrimination is the Main Force Driving Papuan Independence

Monday, August 14, 2023

Indonesianist Sophie Chao talks about the impact of oil palm plantations, racism, military presence, and Papuan aspirations for independence.

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PAPUANS are like the ‘invisible man’, referring to the title of Ralph Ellison’s novel about the marginalization of African-Americans in the 20th century. Sophie Chao, an Indonesianist from the University of Sydney, Australia, also uses this term when concluding that the voices of the Papuan people are continually ignored. Papuans, Sophie explained, are seemingly invisible and their voices are not heard when the government sets t


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