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Karu : growing up Gurindji / Violet Wadrill, Biddy Wavehill Yamawurr, Topsy Dodd Ngarnjal, Felicity Meakins
Bib ID 7893644
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Wadrill, Violet, 1942- author
 
Description Mission Beach, QLD : Spinifex Press Pty Ltd, 2019 
©2019 
xvi, 77 pages : illustrations, map, portraits ; 21 x 30 cm 
ISBN 9781925581836 (paperback)
Invalid ISBN 9781925581867 (ebook) (epub)
9781925581843 (ebook) (pdf)
9781925581850 (ebook) (kindle)
Summary

Gurindji country is located in the southern Victoria River in NT. In Karu, Gurindji women describe their child-rearing practices. Many Gurindji ways of raising children contrast with non-Indigenous practices because they are deeply embedded in an understanding of country and family connections. This book celebrates children growing up Gurindji and honours those Gurindji mothers, grandmothers, assistant teachers and health workers who dedicate their lives to making that possible.

Notes

Includes list of story sources (page 76-77).

Text in English and Gurindji language.

NLApp81882

Subjects Gurindji language -- History.  |  Gurindji (Australian people) -- Northern Territory -- Wave Hill Station -- History.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Wave Hill Region -- History.  |  Gurindji (Australian people) -- Northern Territory -- Wave Hill Station -- Social life and customs -- 20th century.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Yamawurr, Biddy Wavehill, 1942- author  |  Ngarnjal, Topsy Dodd, 1934- author  |  Meakins, Felicity, author  |  Smith, Penny, 1940- photographer  |  Croft, Brenda L., photographer
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