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      "Bringing Them Home" [1]
      "Bringing Them Home" Oral History Project [1]
      "Many Voices: Reflections on Experiences of Indigenous Child Separation" [1]
      Aboriginal Australians [1]
      Anna Haebich [1]
      Australian [16]
      Australian Standard Research Classification > 420200 Literature Studies > 420202 Australian and New Zealand [17]
      Book Reviews [16]
      Borroloola, Aboriginal, Black, White, pale, Ernestine Hill, Douglas Lockwood, Roger Jose, Adelaide, Nicolas Jose, Australian, Bill Harney, Henry James, Ted Egan, Matthew Flinders, Murandoo Yanner, Alejo Carpentier’s, “Black Sheep”, Journey [1]
      British penal colony, colony, Old and New Bridgeford, early Australian society, convict women, Nineteenth Century Australia [1]
      communist, communism, feminist, feminism, passive resistance, Student Action for Aborigines, Charles Perkins, Gwydir Highway, Myall Creek, indigenous, Bill Lloyd, Moree, Bill Ford, Bowraville, demonstration, Moree Baths, Jim Spigelman, politics, Lyneham Public School, Norm Mackay, Aboriginal, Australian, racism, citizenship [1]
      Croker Island [1]
      indigenous children [1]
      Letter, life, Arthur Dibley, wife, Sadie, Frances de Groen, Laurie Hergenhan, Poor Fellow My Country, Capricornia, Story-Teller, P.R. Stephenson, Beatrice Davis, Soldiers’ Women, Dymphna Cusack, ABC, [1]
      Margaret Somerville [1]
      Matthew Flinders [1]
      Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs [1]
      National Library [1]
      NLA [1]
      Noam Chomsky, Manufacturing Consent (1992), Cathy Freeman, Bicentenary Celebrations, Raymond Williams, Historical Awareness, Literary Genres, Essays and Stories, Journalism, Cultural Critique, Memoir, Fiction, Literary Criticism, The Second Sex, Putting books away with Jack, Sidelined [1]