The intimate, deepest, and center wrenching tales informed during this booklet, the 1st of its variety in Australia, will penetrate the hearts and souls of even the main hardened reader.

Told with exceptional dignity and humility, all the person and deeply own tales acknowledged is a strong testimony to the gross inhumanity and brutal ability of white humans in Australia - colonists who selectively smash and humiliate, with no regret, the lives and souls in their fellow black Australians.

In Our personal correct: Black Australian Nurses' Stories offers a robust catalyst for wondering and calling into query the taken-for-granted humanity people all.

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