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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 The Palm and the Fist
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'I started writing this play two years ago, finished it in Oct '98 and the editing in Feb '99. I am presently writing the music and lyrics, and have completed the first three songs. The Palm and the Fist is about family. It touches on stolen childhood, the importance of speaking positives to our kids, e.g. 'blessing our children', and imparting identity. This is the essence of who we are. We have so much to teach our non-Indigenous community about family and identity. This play and music provides a little glimpse of this.' Source: Black Lives, Rainbow Visions: Indigenous Sitings in the Creative Arts (1999)

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    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. 22-23
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