Opinion

Professor John Maynard writes: An honest reckoning of the reality of Cook and what came after won't heal things overnight. But it's a starting point

By John Maynard
May 2 2020 - 12:00am
HONEST RECKONING: An artwork at Kamay, which Cook named Botany Bay. Picture: Getty Images

Two hundred and fifty years ago, Captain James Cook landed at Kamay, or what he named Botany Bay, on the shores of the Gweagal Clan of the Dharawal Nation.

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