A monumental family history of Australia's Wilomin Noongar people, this is a powerful story of community and belonging. Revealing the deep and enduring connections between family, country, culture, and history that lie at the heart of indigenous identity, this bookaa mix of storytelling and biographyaoffers insight into a fascinating community.a#39;I wanted to bring my kids up in the bush and give them the same special upbringing I had.a#39; Ita#39;s what many Aboriginal people might also say in English, but ita#39;s not Aboriginal people speaking, ita#39;s pastoralists. ... Many of them, disconnected from their own peoplea#39;s traditional design, liked to do a#39;dot paintingsa#39; and felt compelled to provide a story to accompany their canvases and thus legitimise themselves asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Kayang & Me|
|Author||:||Kim Scott, Hazel Brown|
|Publisher||:||Fremantle Press - 2013-02-01|