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Author Graham, Duncan, 1938-

Title Being whitefella / edited by Duncan Graham ; [foreword by Sir Ronald Wilson]
Published South Freemantle, Western Australia : Freemantle Arts Centre Press, 1994
South Fremantle, Western Australia : Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1994


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Description 189 pages ; 21 cm
Contents Try listening to the softer voices / Bruce Petty -- Different ways of talking / Teresa Ashforth -- Too many mingy buggers / Fred Chaney -- Cry for the lost chances / Victoria Laurie -- Thinking in Australian / Ted Egan -- Finding the heart's home / Diana Simmonds -- A late learning / Hal Jackson -- No questions please, we're Australians / Duncan Graham -- Oppression doesns't need another race / Kim Beazley -- Portrait of the historian as a young learner / Geoffrey Bolton -- Searching for a black ancestry / Robert Juniper -- The presence which is absence / Veronica Brady -- A long, long wait time / Bill Bunbury -- Coloured lenses and social relationships / Catherine H. Berndt -- Thinking in colour / Myrna Tonkinson -- Being white woman / Judith Wright
Summary Sixteen non-Aborigines give their personal responses to how they became aware of Aborigines and Aboriginal issues; individual papers are separately indexed
Notes CIP confirmed
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 185-189
Notes Copy 2 - donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
Subject Aboriginal Australians.
Aboriginal Australians -- Government relations.
Aboriginal Australians -- History -- 20th century.
Aboriginal Australians -- Relations with Australians
Aboriginal Australians -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
Aboriginal Australians -- Social conditions.
Immigrants -- Australia.
Race awareness -- Australia.
Australia -- Ethnic relations.
Australia -- Race relations.
Author Graham, Duncan, 1938- editor of compilation
LC no. 94166947
ISBN 1863680802 (paperback)