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Timeline III Australia 1900-1967 Key Organizations AAPA NSW Fred Maynard Indigenous people howls have cities rights, should have grants to land, protect women and children from exploitation AAL Petition to King George V William Cooper, Doug Nichols Calling for citizenship rights, better conditions on missions APA NSW Ferguson Calling for disbanding of protection boards, citizen rights FCAATSI Lobbying on the behalf of all Indigenous people, not just a local organiza- tion, Federal Key players in fight for Referendum Context Federation Constitution (51, 127) White Australian Policy WWI and WWII Periods of change Peoples roles in society are challenged Indigenous involvement in the war is not recognized when they return
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Unformatted text preview: ◦ Second wave of dispossession, further dispersed into smaller pockets of densely population reserved and missions • 1948 Citizenship Act ◦ Said that anyone born in Australia becomes a citizen ◦ Indigenous people were counted as citizens • Populate of Perish ◦ Widening of white Australia policy ◦ Wanted a culturally white country • Equal RIghts Around the World ◦ UN and black America ◦ Anti-apartheid ◦ Rights Movements ◦ Links between Indigenous struggles and international right struggles ◦ Black Panther Movement ◦ Decolonization ◦ What are the Stolen Generations • Attempt to breed out the Aboriginal race • A kind of genocide...
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