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Lousy Little Sixpence', 'Stolen Generations' and 'Land of the Little Kings' (A Study Guide)

SKU: 02650-SE24

    This is a study guide for a trio of programs that deal with one of the most tragic and shameful stories of twentieth-century Australia, namely the removal of Aboriginal children from their families for no reason other than the fact of their Aboriginality – Lousy Little Sixpence (Gerald Bostock and Alex Morgan, 1983), Stolen Generations (Darlene Johnson, 2001) and Land of the Little Kings (Des Kootji Raymond, 2000). All three programs explore the common theme of the social and emotional dislocation caused to Aboriginal families and communities by the removal of children, but each film takes a different focus. These programs and accompanying study guide provide a valuable resource for students of History, Humanities, English, Religious Education and Media Arts, particularly for students in Years 9–12.

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