MATRIARCH'S READING GUIDE

[MATRIARCH: BLAK DEFINITION]

INTRO: WHAT ARE THESE BOOKS?

WORDS FROM BLACKFULLA BOOKCLUB INCL. BRANDING

Please note: this is not an exhaustive list of books. Use this guide as a prompt to explore the breadth of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander literature.

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Anita Heiss

Tiddas

Fiction

Shirley Purdie

My Story, Ngaginybe Jarragbe

Autobiography

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Stuart Rintoul

Lowitja: Authorised Biography

Biography

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Ruby Langford Ginibi

All My Mob

Non-fiction

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Tony Birch

The White Girl

Fiction

Nura Nungalka Ward

Ninu Grandmother's Law

Autobiography

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Aileen Moreton-Robinson

Talkin' Up to the White Woman

Non-fiction

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Pat Dudgeon, Jeannie Herbert, Jill Millroy, Darlene Oxenham

Us Women, Our Ways, Our World

Collection of writing

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Sally Morgan

My Place

Non-fiction

Aunty Fay Muir & Sue Lawson

Respect

Children's

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Mum Shirl & Bobbi Sykes

MumShirl

Autobiography

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Gay'wu Group of Women

Songspirals

Non-fiction

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