Kirsten Banks:I’m following the footsteps of my Aboriginal ancestors, the first astronomersMarch 22, 2018
Tristan Kennedy: We must listen to Indigenous voices. Social media is a good place to startFebruary 6, 2018
Michelle Kerrin: The toxicity of low expectations limits Indigenous studentsJanuary 24, 2018
On This Day
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The Aborigines Act 1897 (Act no. 1897 (61 Vict. No.5)) was proclaimed on 28 March 1898. Its long title was ‘An Act to further amend the Constitution Act of 1889, and for the better Protection of the Aboriginal Race of Western Australia.’ It abolished the Aborigines Protection Board and established the Aborigines Department. The Act enabled the Governor to appoint ...