The Resource 'In the interests of our people': : the influence of Garveyism on the rise of Australian Aboriginal political activism, John Maynard

'In the interests of our people': : the influence of Garveyism on the rise of Australian Aboriginal political activism, John Maynard

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'In the interests of our people': : the influence of Garveyism on the rise of Australian Aboriginal political activism
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'In the interests of our people':
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the influence of Garveyism on the rise of Australian Aboriginal political activism
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John Maynard
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eng
Summary
International connections between Aboriginal activists of the early 20th century and the African American activists of the Universal Negro Improvement Society, led by Marcus Garvey; harsh conditions for international 'black' seamen; Aboriginal wharf workers; Coloured Progressive Association of New South Wales and American boxer Jack Johnson; Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association, in 1925; Aboriginal leaders of the 1920s, Fred Maynard, Tom Lacey, Dick Johnson, and Sid Ridgeway
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1954-
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Maynard, John
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non fiction
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  • Maynard, Charles Frederick (Fred)
  • Lacey, Tom
  • Johnson, Allen Carlyle
  • Ridgeway, Sidney William
  • Garvey, Marcus
  • Johnson, Jack
  • Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association
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'In the interests of our people': : the influence of Garveyism on the rise of Australian Aboriginal political activism, John Maynard
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http://press.anu.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/ch0153.pdf
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Bibliographical references: pages 20-22
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'In the interests of our people': : the influence of Garveyism on the rise of Australian Aboriginal political activism, John Maynard
Link
http://press.anu.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/ch0153.pdf
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliographical references: pages 20-22
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text
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unmediated
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