The Resource Contextualising church involvement in 'the first Aboriginal race riot', Meredith Lake

Contextualising church involvement in 'the first Aboriginal race riot', Meredith Lake

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Contextualising church involvement in 'the first Aboriginal race riot'
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Contextualising church involvement in 'the first Aboriginal race riot'
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Meredith Lake
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eng
Summary
A protest took place in Brisbane on 23 November 1971, where around 200 Aboriginal people protested against the Queensland government's proposed Aborigine's Bill; delegates from the Australian Council of Churches conference on 'Racism in Australia' being held at Southport, also attended the protest, after Pator Don Brady and Dennis Walker advised delegates of the planned protest; writer suggests that the Brisbane riot was informed by an increasingly international discourse of anti-racism and that research looking at this global influence can be well sustained by the diverse collections at the National Library of Australia
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Lake, Meredith
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  • Brady, Don
  • Walker, Dennis
  • Australian Council of Churches
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Contextualising church involvement in 'the first Aboriginal race riot', Meredith Lake
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http://www.nla.gov.au/pub/nlanews/2004/jul04/index.html
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