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Issue Details: First known date: 2000... 2000 Bob Randall
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Songwriter Bob Randall, perhaps best known for 'My Brown-Skinned Baby,' was taken away from his parents while a young child. In this episode of Message Stick, he shares his experiences as one of the Stolen Generation, and recounts the years he spent attempting to find out who his parents were and where his family might be.

The episode also includes an interview with Dr Ruby Langford Ginibi and a short archival film about the adoption of Aboriginal children by white Australians.

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      ABC Television ,
      2000 .
      Extent: 30 min.p.
      Series: form y separately published work icon Message Stick ABC Television (publisher), Australia : ABC Television , Z1569327 1999 series - publisher film/TV

      Produced by the ABC Indigenous Programs Unit, Message Stick is a half hour TV program about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander lifestyles, culture and issues. It features profile stories, interviews, video clips, short films and cooking segments and provides a slot where indigenous Australians can tell their stories in their own way. The program delivers articulate, contemporary human stories from around the country and features engaging, inspirational local characters, and allows intimate access to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander lifestyles, perspectives and aspirations.

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