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Sue Taffe

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Sue Taffe lives in Melbourne, where she first met committed activists whose work in the 1950s and 60s contributed much to the awakening of a social conscience among settler Australians about the distress accompanying colonization and their consequent responsibilities. In 1996 she talked to 30 people who would together influence the course of the next eight years of her life. Their stories of their work in the Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders (FCAATSI) begged to be told.
Black And White Together Fcaatsi: The Federal Council For The Advancement Of Aborigines And Torres Straight Islanders 1958-1972
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Sue Taffe

In the l950s Australia considered itself “the land of the fair go”. However, this was not the experience of Indigenous Australians who were excluded from the vote, equal wages, education and social se ...

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