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Feedback on Shadow sister [motion picture]

Letters and cards from students who saw the film Shadow sister. Shadow sister is a film biography of Aboriginal poet Kath Walker, produced and directed by Frank Heimans, photographed by Geoff Burton and produced by Cinetel Productions. According to the flyer for the film "This film looks intimately at Kath Walker the person, and gives us a glimpse of how the Australian aborigines love and respect all natural aspects of their native land".

Publishers, Jacaranda

This file includes correspondence, press releases, agreements and permission fee payments letters relating to Jacaranda Press and later, Jacaranda Wiley. Jacaranda Press published We are going, the first book of poems by Kath Walker.

Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups and organisations, B to N

This file includes letters (often only one letter) from various Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups and organisations to Kath Walker because of her association with them and/or because of her status within the community. Some also sent form letters or flyers. Includes: Black Protest Committee; Black Womens' Action; Bundaberg and District Aboriginal and Islanders Housing and Advancement Society; Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Inc. ; Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service; Central Australian Aboriginal Support Group - Maralinga Campaign; Coranderrk Aboriginal Cemetery; Council for Civil Liberties; Council for Aboriginal Organisations; Foundation for Aboriginal and Islander Research Action (F.A.I.R.A.); Geelong Aboriginal Support Group; Queensland Indigenous Peoples Trust; Murrin Bridge Human Development Project; National Aboriginal Conference; National Aborigines' Day Observance Committee (NADOC); National Aboriginal and Islander Health Organisation; National Aboriginal Education Committee; National Aboriginal Sports Foundation; National Aboriginal TV Forum; National Aboriginal Writers, Oral Literature and Dramatists Association (N.A.W.O.L.D.A.); National Campaign for Land Rights and Self-Management in Queensland; North Coast Aboriginal Education Consultative Group.

Teachers, school children and students, undated

This file contains letters to Kath Walker from school children, teachers and university students. Some letters by Kath Walker to school children and teachers are included. Many are letters are from children thanking her for visiting their school and sharing her stories.

Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups and organisations, O to Y

This file includes letters (often only one letter) from various Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups and organisations to Kath Walker because of her association with them and/or because of her status within the community. Some also sent form letters or flyers. Includes: Origin Aboriginal Children's Welfare Fund; Pitjantjatjara Appeal; Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre Inc.; Victorian Aboriginal Education Consultative Group; Yipirinya School Council.

Artbank

Correspondence relating to Kath Walkers involvement with Artbank. She was invited to be part of the Artbank board in 1984. Includes agenda and minutes from the Artbank Board Meeting (6 Sep 1984) and an Artfile from 1984.

Autobiographical and biographical material

This file includes:
Curriculum Vitae of Kath Walker, Managing Director of the Moongalba Noonuccal-Nughie Education and Cultural Centre, 1978;
'Sidelights on a profile ... Kath Walker. C/M 3 June 1981';
Exercise book with 'Biography' on cover which has the handwritten story that starts 'On November 3rd 1920, two events took place at...';
Typescript autobiography that starts with a poem 'When the white glug contemptuously...' (8 pages, page 3 missing);
Typescript copy with heading 'Kathleen Jean Mary Walker' that begins 'On November 3rd, 1920 two events took place...' (4 pages) with poem 'Song of hope' attached;
Handwritten notes for curriculum vitae;
Photocopy of 1 page biography from book (unknown);
'Kath Walker story' by Bruce Dickson, June 9 1981;
3 cards (13 x 21 cm) with handwritten notes (on both sides) about 'Florries Place and the beach at Dunwich' 16 Nov 1976;
1 page (21 cm) with handwriting that begins 'A biography of Kath Walker as an example of the role of aboriginal women...' (undated);
13 pages (21 cm) with handwriting that begins 'That the small black baby girl born in....' (undated);
6 pages of handwritten notes.

'French translations of Colloquium papers'

Original folder titled 'French translations of Colloquium papers' and contains 10 poems: ‘Le Crime du Pere Jacquot Le Noir’ (incomple), ‘Le Racisme’, ‘Le Bunyip’, ‘Banal’, ‘Yussef (Hi-jacker)’, ‘La Civilisation’, ‘Mon Enfant’, ‘Mont Bluff’, ‘Les Droits De L'Aborigine’, and ‘Premiere Partie La Nature du Reve’ (incomplete).

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