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Miller, Sandy

Born
Australia
Occupation
Aboriginal Child Welfare Worker and Aboriginal activist

Summary

Sandy Miller is an Aboriginal child welfare worker. She worked for the Department of Community Welfare in Adelaide in the early 1980s, endeavouring to change legislation and policies that were detrimental to Aboriginal children. She also tried to encourage Aboriginal people to become foster parents.

Sources used to compile this entry: Briskman, Linda, The Black Grapevine: Aboriginal Activism and the Stolen Generations, The Federation, Annandale, NSW, 2003, 213 pp. p. 78..

Leonarda Kovacic and Barbara Lemon

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