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Discusses a debate between black and white Australian feminists in the 1990s. The debate centred on an article written by Diane Bell and Topsy Napurrula Nelson, 'Speaking About Rape is Everyone's Business' (Women's Studies International Forum, 1989). The author concludes that aboriginal women 'enter feminism and its debates...not on our terms, but on the terms of white feminists whose race confers dominance and privilege.' (Blacklines p. 77)

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