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Answer: An ongoing debate of the interpretation of Indigenous history in relation to the British Colonisation. A representation of history, focusing on the mistreatment of Indigenous Australians
Advocates: Henry Reynolds, Manning Clark, Don Watson
How can we claim a connection to the prideful aspects of our past without also claiming a connection to the shameful? Black Armband View Advocates: Keith Windschuttle, John Howard, John Hirst
History is influenced by those who create it
Indigenous History is told through oral language
History should be seen as a narrative
History of the non Indigenous and Indigenous people is a shared history.
There is hope for reconciliation and eventual assimilation.
This representation of history is one of optimism and patriotism, inspiring a “rightful pride” in our past...... White Blindfold View A political debate
Came about because of a need to address the representation of Indigenous Australians in our history books
Education - what should we be teaching our children? Context ACARA. (2012). Foundation to year 10 curriculum: History. Retrieved March 23, 2013, from http://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/History/Curriculum/F-10
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