Some Want to Shoot Me
Wayne Bergmann with Madelaine Dickie
Wayne Bergmann is a Nyikina man and respected Kimberley leader who has dedicated his life to advocating for the rights of his people and preserving their cultural heritage. As a black man who straddles both traditional and modern cultures, Bergmann has faced criticism and condemnation but remained unwavering in his commitment to his community and their needs. As the former head of the Kimberley Land Council, Bergmann has played a crucial role in shaping the future of the region. He has worked tirelessly to promote independent Aboriginal economic development and reclaim what has been lost due to racism and discrimination.
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Wayne is a Nyikina man from the Kimberley region of Western Australia, former CEO for the Kimberley Land Council and over several years he was named by the Weekend West as one of the most influential Aboriginal people in the state. He is the current executive chair of National Indigenous Timesel.
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