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Their earlier years : Aboriginal educational experiences in their own words : interviews and addresses given to students in Aboriginal studies / edited by A.M. Hart
Bib ID 8073187
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Description [Adelaide] : Torrens College of Advanced Education, 1977 
91 pages ; 30 cm. 
Summary

Prominent Aboriginals (including Lois O’Donohue and Jim Lester) share their experiences growing up black in a white society and the anguish which the dismissal of their Aboriginality caused them.

Full contents
  • Introduction
  • Danny Colson
  • Jacky Tjupuru
  • Nganyintja
  • George Smith
  • Lois O'Donohue
  • Jaboni Lalara
  • Jim Lester
  • Bob Brown
  • Bob Randell
 
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Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Education.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Education.  |  Aborigines, Australian -- Education.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Hart, Max, editor  |  Torrens College of Advanced Education, issuing body

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