Topics: Government policy: South Coastal

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Aboriginal Education Assistant through Sydney University

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Uncle Greg Simms tells how his family and many others were pushed, or dragged if they wouldn’t leave voluntarily, off the land that was used for the Warragamba dam

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Janny was funded through the Department of Employment and Industrial Relations

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voting for the first time after the 1967 referendum

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assimilation policy

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dodging the welfare officer, who was determined to take them away

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National Parks and Wildlife

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blanket land claim

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Under Premier Greiner, the NSW Land Rights Act was changed

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The Homes Trust, where materials and land were allocated in The Valley but people were left to put the houses together themselves

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Native Title

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they got dole tickets, rather than money, but that people had to find their own way to Circular Key to collect their money

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department of housing inspector was a regular visitor, trying to prove them “dirty blacks” so he also could take them away.

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stolen generation

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Kinchela boys home

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Taken from her mother as a baby and sent to live with a foster family,

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Pamela Young and her two sisters were taken from their mother

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the government requisitions it

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government office

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parliamentary enquiry