Description - Auntie Rita by Jackie Huggins
"Most people call me Auntie Rita, whites as well as Aboriginal people. Auntie is a term of respect of our older women folk. You don't have to be blood-related or anything. Everyone is kin. That's a beautiful thing because in this way no one is ever truly alone, they always have someone they can turn to". Rita Huggins told her memories to her daughter Jackie, and some of their conversation is in this book. We witness their intimacy, their similarities and their differences, the 'fighting with their tongues'. Two voices, two views on a shared life.
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(150mm x 210mm x 10mm)
Aboriginal Studies Press
Publisher: Aboriginal Studies Press
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Author Biography - Jackie Huggins
Jackie Huggins is the deputy director of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research unit at the University of Queensland and the cochair of Reconciliation Australia.