Condition: Covers show some shelf wear and scuffing. Previous owner's name in ink on the half-title page. Some marginal notations and light underlining scattered throughout the text.
Dust Jacket: None as published.
Contents: This book tells the story of Indigenous efforts in Australia to stop children from becoming part of the "stolen generations" and to end the government policies and practices which destroyed their families. Linda Briskman uses the story of the Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Island Child Care (SNAICC) to center her book. Indigenous people tell how they came together to form a national organization for child care, provided support for one another, and lobbied for a national inquiry. Illustrated with photographs. Indexed.