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Saying sorry to the stolen generations : the apology / Marji Hill
Bib ID 4513308
Format BookBook
Author
Hill, Marji
 
Description Port Melbourne, Vic. : Pearson Education Australia, 2009 
32 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. 
ISBN 9781740707381
9781740707428
Series

Tell me a story about Australia.

Summary

This series shares some of Australia's great stories, revealing that truth is often more exciting than fiction. Suitable for upper primary to junior secondary. Ages 10+.

Notes

Includes index.

For primary school age.

Subjects Stolen generations (Australia) -- Juvenile literature.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- History -- Juvenile literature.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Treatment of -- Juvenile literature.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure -- Juvenile literature.  |  Children, Aboriginal Australian -- History -- Juvenile literature.  |  Social justice -- Australia -- Juvenile literature.  |  Reconciliation -- Juvenile literature.  |  Settlement and contacts - Colonisation.  |  Occupations - Domestic servants.  |  Politics and Government - Social justice.  |  Child welfare - Neglect.  |  Child welfare - Children's homes.  |  Politics and Government - National symbols and events - Apologies.  |  Child welfare - Adoption and fostering.  |  Child welfare - Child / parent separation - Stolen generations.  |  Politics and Government - National symbols and events - National Reconciliation Week.  |  Religions - Christianity - Missions.  |  Child welfare - Welfare abuse.  |  Government policy - Initial period and protectionism.  |  Cultural protocols - Welcome to Country.  |  Race relations - Racial discrimination - Youth and children.  |  Wiradjuri people (D10) (NSW SI55-07)  |  Government policy - Assimilation.  |  Politics and Government - National symbols and events - National Sorry Day / Journey of Healing.  |  Wik people (Qld SD54)  |  Education - Teaching - Materials.  |  Ngunawal / Ngunnawal people (D3) (NSW SI55-16)  |  Croker Island (West Arnhem Land NT SC53-13)  |  Mparntwe / Alice Springs (South Central NT SF53-14)

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