Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

om/watch?v=XaZtOIs gBqQ Click on the link above and then refer to the student booklets.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "om/watch?v=XaZtOIs gBqQ Click on the link above and then refer to the student booklets."— Presentation transcript:

1

2 om/watch?v=XaZtOIs gBqQ Click on the link above and then refer to the student booklets

3  One of the darkest chapters of Australian history was the forced removal of Aboriginal children from their families. Children as young as babies were stolen from their families to be placed in girls and boys homes, foster families or missions. At the age of 18 they were 'released' into white society, often scarred for life by their experiences.  Today these Aboriginal people are collectively known as the 'Stolen Generations' because several generations were affected.  Many Aboriginal people are still searching for their fathers, mothers and siblings.  “I feel our childhood has been taken away from us and it has left a big hole in our lives”.—Jennifer, personal story in the Bringing Them Home Report  Read more: generations.html#ixzz1wopllHlUhttp://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/politics/stolen- generations.html#ixzz1wopllHlU

4 Youtube clip on the Stolen Generation.  h?v=iwh3chWX5qM&feature=r elated h?v=iwh3chWX5qM&feature=r elated Pause this clip as required to read text or to discuss when needed


Download ppt "om/watch?v=XaZtOIs gBqQ Click on the link above and then refer to the student booklets."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google