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'Blackfella Films/SBS’s Black Panther Woman (directed by Rachel Perkins) provides a fine portrait of its protagonist, Marlene Cummins, as well as an at times fascinating, frustrating, sad and inspiring tale of the interconnections of global ideas, local activism and ingrained misogyny, making a significant contribution to a field with relatively little scholarly engagement.' (Introduction)

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    y History Australia vol. 13 no. 1 2016 9969246 2016 periodical issue 2016 pg. 180-181
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