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Sisterhood is Powerful? single work   poetry   "Oh! Sister can't you see?"
Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Sisterhood is Powerful?
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  • Author's note: Background: Non-Aboriginal women misunderstand the position of Aboriginal women within their own society. In the words of women from Boorooloola, N. T., 'we are bosses ourselves.'
  • Epigraph:

    What do we want? / LAND RIGHTS / When do we want it? / NOW

    What do we want? / WOMEN'S RIGHTS / When do we want it? / NOW

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Black Lives, Rainbow Visions : Indigenous Sitings in the Creative Arts Black Lives, Rainbow Visions Jennifer A. Martiniello (editor), Ainslie : Aberrant Genotype Press , 1999 Z1281006 1999 anthology Black Lives Rainbow Visions is a showcase/directory of Indigenous creative talents from the literary, visual and performing arts from the Australian Capital Territory. Its purpose is to show, inform, direct and to be a resource for Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities and seekers of Indigenous creativity and expertise. Source: Jennifer A. Martinello Ainslie : Aberrant Genotype Press , 1999 pg. 14
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