Issue Details: First known date: 2004... 2004 Aboriginal Grandmothers and the Living Memorial of Oral History
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In the last decade, the issue of the Stolen Generations has been central to much academic debate. In detailing life histories, it is generally acknowledged that these individuals were denied their 'place' in their families. We write from the position of those who were not removed, and had/have positive experiences being nurtured in an Aboriginal family. Our sympathy for the Stolen Generations is two-fold. We are distressed at the ramifications of their racialised oppression, but we are also truly 'sorry' at the denial of opportunities to experience family, an opportunity from which we have so richly benefited. In this paper, we attempt to explain what those benefits entailed for us and thus what may have been for others. -- Authors' abstract

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4-16 Aboriginal Grandmothers and the Living Memorial of Oral HistoryAustLit Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies
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  • Port Stephens, Mid North Coast, New South Wales,
  • Alexandria, South Sydney area, Sydney Southern Suburbs, Sydney,
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