At a time of heated debate about the history of black-white relations in Australia, comes this ground-breaking account by one of our most respected historians of the struggle for Aboriginal rights.
Part I: Blacks. 1. My father's country -- 2. Clamouring for the right to a little of their fathers' land -- 3. A memorial of death. Part II: Whites. 4. The public conscience -- 5. That I might tell the true story of these people. Part III: Citizenship. 6. A place in the community as workers and citizens -- 7. Equal rights, equal rights -- 8. To be recognised as a race of people. Part IV: Land. 9. This aboriginal people's place -- 10. Where the ancestors walked. Part V: Power. 11. Still me talk long Gurindji -- 12. From time immemorial --13. Thinking black.
Number Of Pages: 424
Published: 21st December 2012
Edition Number: 1