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Aliwa!

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Traces the true story of three Aboriginal sisters whose mother was determined to keep her children when officials wanted to remove them following the death of their father.

The story is that of the three sisters of the playwright Jack Davis.

Humanity and humour are at the fore… a gentle and vibrant evocation of an Aboriginal family’s relationship with each other and the land on which they struggle to live. - Bryce Hallett, Sydney Morning Herald

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  • 6 total
  • 4 female identifying, 2 male identifying
  • history, people of colour
  • 18+
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  • Currency Press


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