'Paul Coe and Bob Maza set out the nature of the problem for Black Australia. The lack of services, education, health and housing produce an underclass in a 1st world country. In this clip from Ningla A'Na, Coe and Maza eloquently describe the situation and the need for self determination. Coe was centrally involved in the establishment of the Aboriginal Legal service and Maza in the creation of the National Black Theatre. Both were major figures at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra in 1972.'