observations and sories from Aboriginal Australians
Rare 1st Edition, 1990 in very good condition.
From the ABC radio programs by Ros Bowden and Bill Bunbury.
This book contains the powerful and moving stories of Aborigines who
described their lives and attitudes in a number of radio documentaries
for the ABC's Social History Unit.
In their own words Aboriginals tell the good times and the bad; of life
in the Moore River Settlement in western Australia and the Cootamundra
Girls' Home in New South Wales; of the founding of Yipirinya, the Aboriginal
School in the Northern Territory; of children separated from their parents
and of the joy when families are reunited.
Being Aboriginal is a moving chronicle of how some Aborigines experience
life in white Australia.
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