Indigenous Australian Political History tells the story of Indigenous resistance, activism and political organisation during the twentieth century in Australia. Each week focuses on the story of a particular Indigenous leader, with emphasis on the historical contexts and political environments that shaped their perspectives and actions. Brought together, the course forms a narrative revealing the recurring themes, directions, tensions, successes and legacies of Indigenous political history.
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