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Alternative welfare : Aboriginal women work at the grassroots

© 1993 Australian National University

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Richardson, Jan


The motivating force of traditional Aboriginal women's culture which inspires them to extraordinary efforts in the care of their children, is the focus of this description of a social movement entitled the Aborigines Progress Movement (APM). Although this movement took place during the period 1970-73, I believe it has currency owing to the social problems being experienced by Aboriginal communities in spite of massive government funding in the areas of education, employment and health. Rowse...[Show more]

CollectionsANU North Australia Research Unit (NARU)
Date published: 1993
Type: Book


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