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Title Everyday Brave: Stranger In My Skin: Ray Cotti - Ep 2 Of 6 / Director: Johnson, Darlene
Published Australia : NITV, 2011
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Summary Ray Cotti was born to Aboriginal parents but adopted at a young age by a Swiss German family in Sydney. Growing up in a European culture, he thought of himself as white. Then at the age of eight, Ray was removed from his adoptive family and, after living in a series of institutions, placed in foster care. By the time he was in his teens, confusion about his identity was taking a devastating toll. This is a portrait of a young man on a journey of self-discovery, searching for his origins. Now an active member of an indigenous community with a family of his own, he has found a sense of belonging. His journey is far from over but Ray Cotti is finally at home in his own skin. (A Film Australia National Interest production in association with SBS Independent production, in English)
Event Broadcast 2011-12-09 at 20:30:00
Notes Classification: PG
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Ethnic identity.
Aboriginal Australians -- Social life and customs.
Adopted children -- Family relationships.
Foster home care -- Evaluation.
Mother and child -- Psychology.
Voyages and travels.
New South Wales -- Sydney.
Form Streaming video
Author Johnson, Darlene, director
Beetson, Jack, contributor
Bennett, Gerry, contributor
Bennett, Isobel, contributor
Bennett, Marie, contributor
Cotti, Johanna, contributor
Cotti, Ray, contributor
Shaw, Karen, contributor
Stewart, Joyleen, contributor
Stewart, Kieran, contributor
Widders, Rebecca, contributor