Reconciliation: A Journey
Michael Gordon spent two months travelling through Northern Australia to examine for himself the present state of remote Aboriginal communities and the prospects for reconciliation. - This account of his journey describes the positive and negative developments Gordon found in the towns he visited, the affects of racism and poverty and the courageous attempts to wrestle with that legacy. - Based on extensive interviews, the book also describes Gordon's own 'journey' and the impact of his travels on his own perceptions of reconciliation and co-existence. - Vividly written and heartfelt, this is a major contribution to the on-going debate about reconciliation in this country.
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