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Many voices
reflections on experiences of indigenous child separation
Format: Book
A remarkable collection of hundreds of testimonies from all sides of the history of Indigenous child separation in Australia. The stories were collected in the "Bringing them home" oral history project. We hear the stories of the children themselves, adults who looked after them in institutions and family settings and government officials who were carrying out government policies. The stories are illustrated with photographs, artworks and poetry. Some of the stories (children's and carers') are available in CD format.
Aboriginal issues Indigenous Australians, history Government policy, Australia Child protection, Aboriginal Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders, stolen generation
Published: National Library of Australia; Canberra, Australia
Shelf Number: Ab16
Acquisiton Number: 1582
ISBN: 0642107548

1800 VICTIM (1800 842 846)

1800 842 846

Port Lincoln (Lower Eyre), Whyalla (Upper Eyre), Port Augusta (Far North), Port Pirie (Yorke & Mid North), Berri (Riverland), Murray Bridge (Murraylands), Mount Gambier (Limestone Coast)