Andrea Mason (born 1968) is an Australian politician and an Australian Aborigine. In the Federal Election of 2004, she led the Family First Party, a political party with close (though unofficial) links with the Australian Assemblies of God Church. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andrea Mason"
Charles Nelson Perkins (born June 16 1936 in Alice Springs, died October 19 2000) was an Australian Aboriginal activist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles Perkins"
Sir Douglas "Doug" Ralph Nicholls, KCVO, OBE ( 1906– 1988) was an Australian Aborigine from the Yorta Yorta people of the Murray river region of New South Wales and Victoria. He was a Pastor with the Churches of Christ in Australia Christian denomination. He was awarded Honours, including Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO) and Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to Aboriginal people. ...more on Wikipedia about "Douglas Nicholls"
Eddie Koiki Mabo ( 1936- 1992) was born Eddie Koiki Sambo but changed his name later in life. A Torres Strait Islander, he is a famous figure in Australian history for his role in campaigning for indigenous land rights and his role in one landmark decision of the High Court of Australia, overturning the legal fiction of terra nullius which characterised Australian law with regards to land and title. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eddie Mabo"
Faith Bandler ( 1918 – ), an Australian civil rights activist of South Sea Islander heritage, is a campaigner for the rights of Indigenous Australians and South Sea Islanders. Bandler is best known for her leadership in the campaign for the 1967 referendum on Aboriginal Australians. ...more on Wikipedia about "Faith Bandler"
Galarrwuy Yunupingu (1948-) is a leader in the Australian Indigenous community, and has been involved in the fight for Land Rights throughout his career. He was 1978 Australian of the Year. ...more on Wikipedia about "Galarrwuy Yunupingu"
Gary Foley (born 11 May, 1950-) is an aboriginal activist, academic, writer and actor. He is best known for his role in establishing the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra in 1972 and for establishing a legal service Redfern in the 1970s. Foley also co-wrote and acted in the first aboriginal stage production Basically Black ...more on Wikipedia about "Gary Foley"
Gatjil Djerrkura, OAM (1950-2004) was an Aboriginal leader and indigenous spokesman in the Northern Territory and Australia and served as Chairman of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission ( ATSIC), appointed on 6 December 1996 to 2000. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gatjil Djerrkura"
John Newfong ( 3 November 1943 – 30 May 1999), Aboriginal Australian journalist and writer, was the first Aboriginal person to be employed as a journalist in the mainstream print media. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Newfong"
Ken Colbung (born 2 September 1931), also known by his indigenous name Nundjan Djiridjarkan, is an indigenous Australian leader. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ken Colbung"
Lowitja (Lois) O'Donoghue (born 1932 in South Australia) is an Aboriginal woman who was formerly the head of ATSIC (the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission). ...more on Wikipedia about "Lowitja O'Donoghue"
Mannalargenna (ca. 1770- 1835), a Tasmanian Aborigine, was the chief of the Ben Lomond tribe (Plangermaireener). ...more on Wikipedia about "Mannalargenna"
Noel Pearson (born in June 1965 in Cooktown, Australia) is an Indigenous Australian lawyer, land rights activist and Director of the Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership. ...more on Wikipedia about "Noel Pearson"
Pearl Gibbs ( 1901 — 1983) was an Aboriginal Australian activist, and the most prominent female activist within the Aboriginal movement in the early 20th century. She was a member of the Aborigines' Progressive Association (APA), and was involved with various protest events such as the 1938 Day of Mourning. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pearl Gibbs"
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Robert Bropho (born 1930) is an indigenous Australian activist in Perth, Western Australia. He was leader of the Swan Valley Nyungah Community settlement for over 40 years. He organised the protest against redevelopment of the Swan Brewery, and was involved in the repatriation of Yagan's head. In 1986, he published Fringedweller. ...more on Wikipedia about "Robert Bropho"
Stan Grant (senior) is an elder of the Wiradjuri tribe of Indigenous Australians from what is now the south-west inland region of the state of New South Wales, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stan Grant"
William Barak (c1824 - 15 August 1903), was the last ngurungaeta of the Wurundjeri-willam clan, based around the area of present-day Melbourne, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "William Barak"
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