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ESL Feature Article About The Stolen Children and Their Stories

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This is a feature article about The Stolen Children and Their Stories. It contains the analysis of the differnet sections in the book.

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Institutional abuse Stolen Generations Cultural assimilation Stolen Aboriginal Australians Abuse Indigenous peoples of Australia Social history Roland Wilson
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Institutional abuse Stolen Generations Cultural assimilation Stolen Aboriginal Australians Abuse Indigenous peoples of Australia Social history Roland Wilson
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Stories from the Stolen Children reveal how they were denied any contact with family resulting in a loss of family history, loss of cultural, loss of tradition and loss of identity. Government's 'shameful deeds' Sir Roland Wilson, President of the National Inquiry revealed that he and other members of the Inquiry listened to over 535 personal stories but that there were over 1000 written testimonies. One of the most persuasive pieces of evidence was that the Inquiry took place around Australia, with people who did not know each other but who had shared similar experiences. Sir Roland said that the evidence he heard was 'corroborative' and therefore could not denied. Loss of soul Fiona’s voice was heard during the Inquiry which described her experiences and the impact of those experiences. It was 32 years before she reunited ...
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