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johnsreviewblog: I, the Aboriginal

A path for learning... A fascinating read, I, the Aboriginal. An autobiography written by Douglas Lockwood about Philip Roberts, an Aboriginal man who's real name is Waipuldanya, before becoming a 'citizen' of the Northern Territory. Waipuldanya's life story begins with his recollection of being a piccaninny, and his tribal upbringing. The story depicts an Aboriginal culture [...]

By |2018-03-03T13:24:28+10:00March 3rd, 2018|Food for Thought, REVIEW BLOG|0 Comments

Terra Nullius – A Question of Ownership

OWNERSHIP OF LAND? … As a kid growing up in a foreign country, I query the notion of Visa applications for destination approval every time I travel ( with my parents ) …I ask myself the question – Isn’t it the same sun that shines on Australia, or Africa as it does in Singapore? Isn’t [...]

By |2017-12-15T10:45:59+10:00December 13th, 2017|Food for Thought|0 Comments