Study of intra-racial exclusion within Australian Indigenous communities using eco-maps
In Australia, ‘indigeneity’ is not determined by skin colour, but rather by a person’s heritage, acceptance by an indigenous community, and active participation in the affairs of that indigenous community. Some people who identify as indigenous, however, have experienced ‘colourism’ – that is, experiences of social exclusion because of the colour of their skin – from non-Indigenous and also Indigenous Australians. This paper describes research that explored the effect of intra-racial exclusion...[Show more]
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