Turning the Tide: A Personal History of the Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders
Establishment, activities of FCAATSI from 1958-1970; goals; campaigns, equal wages, land rights, 1967 Referendum; human rights; Douglas Nicholls, Pearl Gibbs, Stan Davey, Ken Brindle, Jack Horner, Dulcie Flower, Gladys Elphick, Len Fox, Jim Keeffe, Evelyn Scott, Hannah Witton, Emil Witton, Joe McGinness, Rodney Hall, Bert Groves, Gordon Bryant.
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