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Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins announced $320,000 in funding for the Aborigines Advancement League at the second annual Ministerial Forum on Aboriginal Affairs in Thornbury.
The Aborigines Advancement League is one of 11 Victorian Aboriginal organisations that will be eligible to receive funding as part of the total funding of $3.52 million over four years.
Fighting hard: the Victorian Aborigines Advancement League
Broome's story extends to the era of self-determination--a policy framework that has easily accommodated long-lasting Indigenous associations such as the Victorian Aborigines Advancement League (VAAL) as long as their work continued to align with policy goals.
1-9; Irene Mitchell, Papers 1925-1977, MS10368, Box 1, scrapbook, SLV; Victorian Aborigines Advancement League, Victims or Victors?
`I suppose that was when I first really got my blood up.' With the help of the Aborigines Advancement League she and a dozen Colebrook `sisters' held a meeting in the Adelaide Town Hall, challenging the system.
Minister for Education James Merlino today launched Marrung: Aboriginal Education Plan at the Aborigines Advancement League in Thornbury, alongside Minister for Families and Children Jenny Mikakos and Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins.
In 1969 the Aborigines Advancement League stated that it 'support[ed] the principle of black power, without necessarily condoning all the ways by which it expresses itself in various parts of the world, or indeed, in Australia'.
Although this paper is not an exhaustive study of social movement groups during this period, we explore the Aborigines Advancement League (Melbourne), the Australian Black Panthers (Brisbane), and Aboriginal activist groups in Redfern (Sydney) for the Australian perspective, and the two Auckland-based activist groups, Nga Tamatoa (The Young Warriors) and the Polynesian Panthers, for the New Zealand perspective.
In 1969 Aborigines Advancement League members Bob Maza and Bruce McGuinness invited United States activist and civil rights leader Dr Roosevelt Brown to Australia.
While Cooper was an early leader of the Aborigines Advancement League, and thus operated in a supportive Indigenous milieu, Fernando was an island, alone in his chosen exile.
Men like Premier Sir Henry Bolte and his chief lieutenant Sir Arthur Rylah in the Victorian Parliament excoriated the Aborigines Advancement League and its grievances but gave Pastor Doug the time of day as they reminisced together about football matches (which Tatz observed at firsthand).