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Links and sound

Websites with further resources

AIATSIS (Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies) online exhibitions

Documenting a Democracy, National Archives of Australia

Koorie Web, 'a place in cyberspace for indigenous peoples of Australia'

The Origin of Commonwealth Involvement in Indigenous Affairs and the 1967 Referendum, J. Gardiner-Garden, Background Paper 11, Australian Parliamentary Library

Reason in Revolt: Source Documents of Australian Radicalism

Reconciliation Australia

To Remove and Protect: Laws that Changed Aboriginal Lives, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies

Uncommon Lives, see the features on Dhakiyarr Wirrpanda (first Aboriginal man to win a case in the Australian High Court) and Jessie Street (a civil rights activist), National Archives of Australia

See also Australian Dictionary of Biography for biographical information on people not listed in the People section of this website

Sound files

Listen to the activists voices and read the transcriptions.

Alick Jackomos recalls petition-gathering for the referendum with Doug Nicholls

Alick Jackomos recalls petition-gathering for the referendum with Doug Nicholls

Alick Jackomos, Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait islanders Oral History Project, 12 December 1996, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra.

Listen to Alick Jackomos by downloading audio [MP3 594kb]

View transcript of Alick Jackomos

Mick Rangiari interviewed by Jack Doolan

Mick Rangiari interviewed by Jack Doolan

Northern Territory Archives Service

Listen to Mick Rangiari by downloading audio [MP3 1760kb]

View transcript of Mick Rangiari

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