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Jacob Stengle; Colebrook Home: the Stolen Generation 1992

Jacob Stengle; Colebrook Home: the stolen generation

by Jacob Stengle; Colebrook Home: the Stolen Generation 1992 (Australia)

Painting: Boys Playing Cricket.  Acrylic paint on artboard, 40 x 29.5 cm; 24.5 x 19.5 cm  Fine Early Aboriginal And Oceanic Art, Mossgreen Auctions, Sydney.

Acrylic paint on artboard, 40 x cm; x cm Fine Early Aboriginal And Oceanic Art, Mossgreen Auctions, Sydney.

Beginning in 1910, non-Indigenous Australians began to take Aboriginal children from their homes and families. These children, known as the Stolen Generation, were either given to white families -- to be raised as white children -- or to institutions and orphanages where they were forced to assimilate to white society. Between 1910 and 1970, when the practice stopped, over 100,000 children had been separated from their families and culture.

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Beginning in non-Indigenous Australians began to take Aboriginal children from their homes and families. These children, known as the Stolen.

Sunday evening 1941 by Russell Drysdale

Sunday evening - Russell Drysdale Painted shortly after Russell Drysdale settled in Sydney, 'Sunday evening' is one of his earliest works depicting outback themes.

Stories from members of the Stolen Generation http://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/politics/stolen-generations-stories

Hope Beyond the Window; a Stolen Generation Acrylic on Canvas, 2011 by Jacqui Stewart

aboriginal mother and child - Google Search

aboriginal mother and child - Google Search

Michael and I are just slipping down to the pub for a minute   by Lin Onus

Lin Onus Michael and I are just slipping down to the pub for a minute 2000 archival ink on Hahnemuehle rag paper

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