Prologue: The Stolen Generations: Who are we? -- 1. The oral evidence -- 2. The written evidence -- 3. The Stolen Generations -- 4. 'Like being born all over again': the establishment of Link-Up -- 5. 'I don't mix with Aboriginals, you know': working with Link-Up clients -- 6. At the edge of the firelight: coming home, partly -- 7. Calling in the accounts -- 8. Sorry Business -- 9. In the courts: 'In the middle of the ocean, drowning'
The author coined the phrase "Stolen Generation" when, as a researcher, he came upon restricted files and what he read overturned his assumptions about the Aboriginal experience and Australia's past. This book ends 20 years later, in the aftermath of the Royal Commission into the events
Link-up (NSW) Aboriginal Corporation
Bibliography: pages 211-215
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