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"I'm Aboriginal. I'm just not the Aboriginal you expect me to be." // Review of "Am I Black Enough For You" by Anita Heiss #aww2016

Title: Am I Black Enough For You?
Author: Anita Heiss
Genre: Memoir/Non-fiction
Date Read: 01/08/2016 – 09/08/2016
Rating: ★★★★

Review:

Normally memoirs don’t really get more than three stars from me. 474 more words

Books

The other unrecognised resource and treasure

Yesterday I had the privilege of watching a Webinar of a meeting of a group of Australian Aboriginal people, hearing the views of young and old, male and female. 477 more words

Ageing

Bibliography of a Degree

I’ve always loved reading and coming to the end of my degree, I’ve been thinking about the the books that have helped shape my understanding of agriculture, resource management, and the environment. 704 more words

DNA and Indigenous Medicine

Here is an interesting article on how a collection of DNA may be able to assist in producing medicine that is specifically targeted at helping curing medical problems related to Australian Indigenous people.

NITV DNA Nation news

News

Larissa Behrendt, Under skin, in blood (Review)

In my last review – that for Ali Cobby Eckermann’s Ruby Moonlight – I shared the following lines:

Jack knows the remainder of the conversation…

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Australian Literature

Ali Cobby Eckermann, Ruby Moonlight (Review)

Ali Cobby Eckermann has been on my radar for a while, so when Lisa announced her 2016 Indigenous Literature Week, I decided Eckermann’s verse novel… 924 more words

Australian Literature