Pittock, A. Barrie
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Pittock, A. Barrie
Accompanied by letter, 14 Nov 1967, Townsville [to] the editor by M. Reynolds, Secretary (1 leaf; 33 cm.--Typescript signed, duplicated).
Inter-Racial Seminar (1967 : University College of Townsville)
Includes agenda, some papers and motions.
Agenda for a Seminar on Aboriginal Rights held on 13 July 1968. It was convened by the International Women's Day Committee, Ann Street, Brisbane, and Mrs E. Bacon was the Hon. Secretary. The seminar was organised by the International Women's Day Committee in honor of the United Nations Human Rights Year. It was chaired by the past president of the Aboriginal Advancement Council, Mr. R. Perkins, who was introduced by Mrs. D. Webb, president of the committee. Mr L. G. McBride, president of the Council, and Mrs K. Walker, Council secretary also addressed the meeting.
Seminar folder containing a summary, flyers, and precises of the main papers which were given to every person who attended the Seminar on Aboriginal Rights. The Seminar was conducted by the International Women's Day Committee in honour of Human Rights Year of July 13th, 1968, at Willard House, Brisbane. Contents: Summary (5 p.); Mr Manfred Cross. MHR. Member for Brisbane (2 p.); International Women's Day Committee [flyer] (1 leaf); Mrs. Kath Walker 'Aborigines need .....' (1 leaf); 'Land Rights for Aborigines...Centenary Place Forum, Sunday 14th July' [flyer] (1 leaf); 'Aboriginal Land Rights - Speakers notes' prepared by Q'ld. Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Islanders from information supplied by the Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Straits Islanders, and from our own files', 20 Jun 1968 (3 p.); 'Integration and the rights of the citizen' by Fred P. Bromley, M.L.A. Member for Norman (3 p.); 'Resolutions from the Trade Union Committee meeting at the National Conference, Canberra, April 12-15th, 1968' by the Federal Council for Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders (1 leaf); Circular letter and accompanying petition from L McBride, President and Campaign Director for South Queensland for Q'ld Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Islanders (2 leaves); and, Paper on Aboriginal Education, July 13, 1968 (1 leaf).