In post WW2 Australia the key policy adopted by all state and territories in relations to Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders was one of assimilation. Integrating indigenous people, families and communities into white society.
Part two of Rear Vision's three-part series tracing the story of the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians — Assimilation to Activism — examines the period from the end of WW2 through to the establishment of Tent Embassy in 1972.
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