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Yami Lester

Yami Lester
Autor: Lambert M. Surhone / Miriam T. Timpledon / Susan F. Marseken
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Artikelnummer: 628126
ISBN / EAN: 9786131181320

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yami Lester (b. c1949), is a Yankunytjatjara man, an Indigenous person of northern South Australia. In the 1950s, while still a young boy, he was blinded by a "black mist" from the south. After the mist passed, his family's camp experienced sudden deaths, outbreaks of skin rashes, vomiting, diarrhoea and temporary and permanent blindness. It is generally accepted that this black mist was fallout from British nuclear tests at Maralinga and Emu Junction which were taking place at that time. As a young man, he joined the Aboriginal Advancement League in Adelaide, however, he wanted to take more direct action, in the manner of Charles Perkins, probably the most prominent Indigenous activist at that time. He began work for the United Mission, in Alice Springs, as a welfare worker and interpreter for the courts. He later became involved in the Institute of Aboriginal Development which was concerned with Aboriginal education and language. Yami took a great interest in cross-cultural issues and programs.


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