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WACARE news : the monthly newsletter of WA Campaign Against Racial Exploitation
Bib ID 1398781
Format JournalJournal
Description Mt. Lawley [W.A.] : WACARE, 1990- 
v. 
Notes

Caption title.

Life Dates Began in 1990 
Former Title

Care newsletter (Wembley, W.A.)

Subjects Racism -- Periodicals.  |  Race discrimination -- South Africa -- Periodicals.  |  Race discrimination -- Western Australia -- Periodicals.  |  Sites - Sacred sites.  |  Law enforcement - Custody - Deaths in custody.  |  Land rights.
Other authors/contributors W.A. Campaign Against Racial Exploitation
Also Titled

Newsletter

Western Australia Campaign Against Racial Exploitation newsletter

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