Trauma Trails, Recreating Song Lines: The Transgenerational Effects of Trauma in Indigenous Australia
Taking readers into the depths of sadness and despair and into the heights of celebration and hope, this disturbing account details the trauma suffered by Australia's indigenous people and the resultant "trauma trails" spread throughout the country.
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