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Johnny Ross

I was too young to understand anything. I had no choice in what happened to me. ...
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Jane Butters

I tell my story because I was asked to. Also so my children and grandchildren can know what happened to me. ...
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Ernie Sarah

Everybody keeps asking about my story so I tell it. I want to people to learn from it. ...
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Buddy Morrison

To let people know what it was like in the early days, like when we were kids growing up. We had a good healthy life. ...
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Vince Wenberg

On 28th March 1944 I was placed under the control of the Aboriginal Welfare Board (AWB) through the Children Court in Sydney. My two brothers ...
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Gus Wenberg

What can you say, what can you say, it’s all over and done with now, but that’s not the point, is it? You suffered all ...
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Val Linnow

I want to tell the truth about what happened to the Aborigine people in my era. I don’t blame the Australian people of today ...
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Sam Dinah

It is important that I tell my story to the younger Aboriginal generation, so that they will appreciate what we have experienced, and take hold ...
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Ruth Mackenzie

I want to let people know how we were treated. ...
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Rita Wright

I want people to know how we were taken and how we grew up. We only learnt about Captain Cook you see and I want ...
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