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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Too White, Too Black, or Not Black Enough? This Is Not a Question for Others to Decide
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'Growing up with a last name associated with Aboriginal activism, my identity is often decided for me. It some ways it becomes a validation of my Aboriginality. As I do not fit the stereotypical “mould” of what an Aboriginal person is “meant to look like”, having my last name has at times saved me from the uncomfortable guess work that goes with my identity.' (Introduction)

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