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SC Rights and Freedoms
Number associated with a sesquicentenary
Was the governor who established the idea of 'terra nullius' Bligh, Phillip or Bourke?
'Terra nullius' means 'nobody's ________'
In 1938, Aborigines held a 'Day of ________' in Sydney
What did the Federal Government give the Stolen Generations in 2008?
In 1948 the United Nations produced a Universal ________ of Human Rights
Australian Herbert 'Doc' ________ took a leading role in the early UN
Which of these words means 'can't be taken away': inalienable, disenfranchised, indubitable
'All human beings are born free and _______ in dignity and rights'
'Everyone has the right to _______ , liberty and security of person.'
'_______ rights' is a term for citizens' rights to have social and political freedom
The '_______ Australia' policy dominated Australian immigration until 1973
A policy of separating groups on a racial or ethnic basis
Policy of integrating one culture into another
Part of the assimilation policy was the establishment of reserves and religious _______ for indigenous Australians
Until 1967 Aborigines were not counted in the _______
After Federation, aboriginal affairs were chiefly the concern of _______ governments.
South African form of segregation
Those who suffered as part of the Stolen Generations were mainly '_______ -race' children
'_______ them Home' was a 1997 report on the Stolen Generations
Was the 1938 statement 'Aborigines Claim Citizen Rights' an edict, a bill, a petition or a manifesto?
Top Aboriginal footballer in 1930s; first Aboriginal knighted: Doug _______
Aboriginal fast bowler who impressed Bradman: Eddie _______
Participation in _______ in the 1940s helped promote the rights of African Americans and Indigenous Australians
Pioneer in Aboriginal Land Rights: Eddie _________
Town in Alabama that featured in the bus boycotts
Rosa _________ is famous for her role in US civil rights
Those who took buses into racist areas in the USA and Australia in the 1960s were _________ Riders
Segregationist laws in the southern United States were called Jim _________ laws
_________ vs the Board of Education was a US case that ended segregation in schools
Emmett _________ was an African-American boy murdered in Mississippi
Eddie Mabo was from _________ Island
Little Rock High School in the state of _________ was a centre of attention in 1957
President _________ called in troops to resolve the problems at Little Rock High School
Riots occurred when James _________ tried to enrol at the University of Mississippi
In 1963 Martin Luther King led the March on _________
President who oversaw the introduction of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
MLK's famous speech: I have a _________
Year in which Aborigines were given the right to vote in federal elections.
Year in which Aborigines became legally entitled to equal pay with other Australians: 1963, 1967 or 1968
The ____________ Hill station walk-off was a landmark in the struggle for indigenous rights
The ____________ Blues is a song celebrating the struggle of Indigenous people
Vincent ____________ took a leading role in the Wave Hill struggle
Prime Minister who intervened in the Wave Hill struggle
Did the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act came into effect in 1967, 1975, 1976 or 1992?
'From Little Things Big Things Grow' was a song about the Wave Hill by Kev Carmody and Paul ____
The group involved in the Australian Freedom Ride were called __________ Action for Aborigines
Surname of the leader of the Australian Freedom Riders
NSW town at the centre of the Freedom Riders struggle
The Freedom Riders concentrated on this club which would not permit Aborigines to join it
In Moree the Freedom Riders attacked the ban on local Aborigines using the public_____
Prime Minister who organised the 1967 Referendum
Rough percentage of people who voted Yes in the 1967 Referendum
The Whitlam government announced the principle of _________-determination for Aboriginal Affairs policy
Prime Minister whose government passed the Aboriginal Land Rights Act
Aborigines established the 'Aboriginal __________ Embassy'
Were those who established the Tent Embassy most interested in a militant, non-violent or legislative approach?
Those who established the Tent Embassy emphasised the importance of preserving sites ________ to Aborigines
Harold ____________ designed the Aboriginal flag
Three colours of the Aboriginal flag: black, ____________ and red
The High Court ruled that native title only applied to land not already sold or given away: ___________ land
Land rights of indigenous groups: __________ title
Eddie Mabo's home island was in the ___________ Strait
The 1996 case relating to pastoral leases is known as the _ _ _ case
Did the Native Title Amendment Bill reduce, increase or maintain native title?
Lowitja ___________ is an outstanding indigenous Australian, named Australian of the Year in 1992
Prime minister who made the nation's apology on Sorry Day
Term for improving relations between white and indigenous Australians
Main representative body for Indigenous Australians 1990-2004
City in which Martin Luther King was assassinated
Prime Minister Keating's _________ Park speech of 1992 acknowledged white mistakes
Prime Minister who argued that the current generation need not apologise for the misdeeds of earlier generations' treatment of Aborigines
Geoffrey Blainey introduced the concept of 'Black ________ History'
Is Keith Windshuttle a politician, historian or Aboriginal?
Indigenous athlete who featured in the 2000 Olympics
Country where First Nations, Inuit and Metis are the indigenous people
Indigenous people of New Zealand
Usual term for the Northern Territory National Emergency Response of 2007: the ________