A portrait of life, and of self destruction, by young Australian Aboriginal men and women. The author suggests we look to our Australian Aboriginal history for an understanding of this relatively recent phenomenon. That so many young Australian Aboriginal people prefer death to life implies a rejection of what we, in the broader Australian society, have on offer. It reflects our failure, as a nation, to provide sufficient incentives for young Aborigines to remain alive.
Aboriginal Suicide is Different
Aboriginal Studies Press
A Portrait of Life and Self Destruction
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