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A 'Black and White' History of Australian Race Relations

SKU: 00426-M134
    Huntington analyses Craig Lahiff's 'Black and White' (2002). This film 'tells the true story Max Stuart, a half-caste Aboriginal man convicted of the rape and murder of a nine year old girl in 1959. Stuart was passing through a small South Australian community when Aboriginal trackers, it is suggested, "pinned" the crime on him to avoid having it pinned on a local Aborigine. The local police then bludgeoned him into signing a confession.'

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