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Goodbye dreamtime / Ward McNally ; forewords by Gordon Bryant, Denis Walker
Bib ID 249482
Format BookBook
Author
McNally, Ward, 1917-
 
Description Melbourne : Thomas Nelson (Australia), 1973 
161 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0170019705
Summary

Forewords by G. Bryant and D. Walker; based on interviews with Aborigines and whites expressing their views on problems faced by Aborigines today; includes burgeoning political action (e.g. Black Panther Movement, Aboriginal Embassy, protest marches) and self help projects; racial prejudice, tensions; police discrimination, brutality; crimes; land rights (Yirrkala), removal of children from parents; ill health; Government administration; Senator Bonner; Nancy Young case (Cunnamulla), conditions on Palm Island, attempted dismissal of Pastor Brady from Methodist Church; cites cases of police discrimination, maltreatment in Brisbane, Fremantle, Alice Springs.

Notes

Includes index.

Subjects Aborigines. Racial discrimination. Australia.  |  Aborigines. Racial discrimination. Queensland.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Treatment.  |  Race discrimination -- Australia.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Queensland -- Treatment.  |  Race discrimination -- Queensland.  |  Politics and Government - Political action - Indigenous embassies and political missions - Tent Embassy, Parliament House, Canberra.  |  Housing - Socio-cultural factors.  |  Government policy - State and territory - Western Australia.  |  Child welfare - Child / parent separation - Stolen generations.  |  Religions - Christianity - Methodist Church.  |  Economics - Income - Poverty and low income.  |  Government policy - State and territory - South Australia.  |  Law enforcement - Police conduct and attitudes.  |  Government policy - State and territory - New South Wales.  |  Health - Infectious diseases.  |  Government policy - State and territory - Queensland.  |  Race relations - Racial discrimination.  |  Crime.  |  Government policy - Assimilation - 1951-1971.  |  Health - Injuries and accidents.  |  Land rights - Excisions and leases - Private excisions.  |  Mparntwe / Alice Springs (South Central NT SF53-14)  |  Cape York Peninsula (Qld SC54, SD54, SD55)  |  Fremantle (Perth SW WA SI50-02)  |  Cunnamulla (SW Qld SH55-02)  |  Northern New South Wales (N NSW SH55, SH56)  |  Brisbane (SE Qld SG56-15)  |  Palm Springs (WA East Kimberley SE52-10)  |  South Australia (SA)  |  Palm Island (NE Qld SE55-10)  |  Southwest New South Wales (SW NSW SI54, SI55)  |  Yirrkala (East Arnhem Land SD53-04)

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