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AIEF opens doors for Indigenous Students

andrew penfoldby Andrew Penfold

ALMOST every prime minister in my lifetime has said after leaving office that one of their biggest regrets is they didn't do more to reduce Indigenous disadvantage.

Past governments justified their failures with one or more excuses: the mainstream didn't care, the media wasn't interested, there wasn't enough money or there wasn't a way to make a real difference.

But...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 09:28

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Racism: The Scourge of Aboriginal People

nt-interventionI have written about the concepts of race and racism in my Doctorate thesis and I would like to share with you the research carried out in the late 1990s.

What I had written then still remains relevant in the current climate of racial turmoil in Australia. And please, don't tell me that there is no racism in this country, for I will laugh in your face.

This chapter talks about the "Concepts...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 23 August 2012 11:21

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