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The Black Grapevine
Aboriginal Activism and the Stolen Generation
Author: Briskman, Linda
2003
Format: Book
The history of the Aboriginal movement to change Australian government policies on child protection, which had led to the 'stolen generation'. Indigenous people describe how they formed a national organisation for child care, the Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC). People from all over Australia got together to lobby for a national inquiry, and campaigned to have indigenous viewpoints heard.
Aboriginal issues Indigenous issues Child protection, Aboriginal Children's services, Australia, history Government policy, Australia, history Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care SNAICC Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders, stolen generation
Published: The Federation Press; Sydney, Australia
Shelf Number: Ab12
Acquisiton Number: 1515
ISBN: 1862874492

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