Not Just Black And White. A Conversation Between A Mother And Daughter
Williams Lesley And Tammy
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Cover Type: Softcover
Book Condition: As New
Jacket Condition: None Issued
Publisher: University Of Queensland Press
Publisher Place: St Lucia
Publisher Year: 2015
Edition: First Edition
Description: 332 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in As new condition throughout.
Publishers Description: Two remarkable women tell an inspirational story about the power of family and pursuing your dreams. Lesley Williams is forced to leave Cherbourg Aboriginal Settlement and her family at a young age to work as a domestic servant. Apart from a bit of pocket money, Lesley never sees her wages - they are kept 'safe' for her and for countless others just like her. She is taught not to question her life, until desperation makes her start to wonder, where is all that money she earned? So begins a nine-year journey for answers which will test every ounce of her resolve. Inspired by her mother's quest, a teenage Tammy Williams enters a national writing competition with an essay about injustice. The winning prize takes Tammy and Lesley to Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch and ultimately to the United Nations in Geneva. Along the way, they find courage they never thought they had and friendship in the most unexpected places. Told with honesty and humor, Not Just Black and White is an extraordinary memoir about two women determined to make sure history is not forgotten.