by Dr Thalia Anthony, Sydney Law School
Thursday, 27 August 2009
6pm, Macleay Museum (Gosper Lane off Science Road),
University of Sydney. Close to the Parramatta Road footbridge.
RSVP macleaymuseum at usyd dot edu dot au or 02 9036 5253
Thalia Anthony writes on legal issues and developments pertaining to Australian Indigenous people – especially stolen wages, sentencing and policy. In this talk for the Being Collected series at the Macleay Museum, she will talk on the enduring effects of Indigenous segregation to Palm Island since the 1920s. She points to the death in custody of Mulrunji as the culmination of a tense history of Indigenous policing.
Free entry. See flyer: Dr Thalia Anthony public lecture