Rabbit-Proof Fence, Phillip Noyce's acclaimed film on one of the most destructive periods in our country's history, sheds light on the detrimental impacts of divisive policy on black and white Australia alike. Garry Westmore examines the film's treatment of displacement, racial conflict and the Aboriginal relationship to the land, and offers guidance on how to tackle such tricky subject matter in the classroom.
Screens in the Classroom, senior secondary, Australian history, Indigenous history, race, racism, government policy
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