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Racism in Hawthorne: Fremantle dockers are open to looking back, says president Dale Alcock

Fremantle president Dale Alcock said he welcomed a re-examination of the Docker family’s indigenous history in the wake of the Hawthorne racism incident.

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Senior members of the club have been accused of trying to separate indigenous players from their families and partners, and there are also offensive allegations that players were forced by their partners to have abortions.

Alastair Clarkson and Chris Fagan have taken time off from their respective jobs in charge of North Melbourne and Brisbane to help investigate the allegations.

Racism in Hawthorne: Fremantle dockers are open to looking back, says president Dale Alcock

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