To 'erase' the Indigenous culture
To 'erase' the Indigenous people
To make everyine happy
To stop England from getting upset
To help Indigenous Australians gain more rights
Indigneous Australians were allowed to vote
Indigenous Australians could make their own decisons concerning their welfare
Indigenous Australians were counted on the census
The Federal government could make laws concerning Indigenous Australians
All Indigenous Australians were entitled to equal wage
Aboriginal rights changed overnight and everyone was happy.
Nothing changed until 1972
Aboriginals gave up protesting as they had achieved their goals
The government went to the High court of Australian to get the referendum overturned.
Aboriginals could not prove ownership
English law was more powerful and so Europeans could gain ownership of the land
Aboriginal tribes traded ownership for alcohol, tobacco and weapons.
Land Belonging to no-one
To embarrass the Prime Minister into giving them back their land
To protest their lack of voice in Australian politics
As they had no home, they took advantage of a public park in Canberra
It was a stunt for television
To escape the dominance of tribal elders
Not much. Just the name.
The Integration policy allowed Aboriginals the rights they held before 1788
The Integration policy allowed Aboriginals to practice their traditional beliefs but still fit into a contemporary Australian society
After a change in Prime Ministers, the Integration policy allowed Aboriginals to vote, drink alcohol and live where ever they wanted.
'White' voters in an attempt to get them to vote yes to enable Aboringals the right to vote.
To get Aborignals to vote for their own rights
To get 'White' Australians to vote for compensation for the 'Stolen Generation'
To get all Australians to vote yes in the 1967 referendum
A vote yes to remove Aborignal Australian children from their families