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Issue Details: First known date: 2002... 2002 Women's Business [2]
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Includes

Desert Rose Sisters : Watiyawanu - Mt Liebig, N. T. i "Off we went, with the 4WD", Jan Hill , 2002 single work poetry
— Appears in: Unwashed : Two Cultures Together 2002; (p. 41-45)
Tennant Creek Style : Come on the Eagles i "Tennant Creek style", Jan Hill , 2002 single work poetry
— Appears in: Unwashed : Two Cultures Together 2002; (p. 46-49)
Peanut Butter Sandwich i "Hey - You - You Peanut!", Jan Hill , 2002 single work poetry
— Appears in: Unwashed : Two Cultures Together 2002; (p. 50-51)

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Unwashed : Two Cultures Together Jan Hill , Rosemary Plummer (editor), Tennant Creek : Two Hands Press , 2002 Z1083084 2002 anthology poetry

    "The title Unwashed doesn't mean 'dirty' or 'unclean'. It is a term for reconciliation in that friendship comes without first washing hands or being something other than is expected. It speaks against stereotyping.

    No bleaching required to get rid of the 'germs'. In other words true friendship is about accepting one another as they are: clean slate, no preconceived notions. Accepted for whatever they may have been or may be. It doesn't really matter. It's called 'getting on with the job'.

    Hands reach out and clasp in immediate friendship and then the story telling, the empathy begins, and a new path is laid out to tread.

    This is Treaty: path to self determination and self empowerment because at that accepted level of non-judgement two cultures can stay strong for culture and family; sharing all kinds of wondrous things about getting down and living life."

    Source: Author's note.

    Tennant Creek : Two Hands Press , 2002
    pg. 41-51
Last amended 8 Jan 2004 15:41:25
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