This is working

Australia, 1983

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Aboriginal people suffer an unemployment rate six times higher than the white community. Shows Aboriginal people in New South Wales who are working on four different job creation projects. Features, amongst others, Bill Powell, Aboriginal Liaison Officer TAFE, Rose Kirby, Murrin Bridge Handcraft Industries, Des Simon, apprentice carpenter, Purfleet and Dallas Carberry, park management trainee, Orient Point.

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Elisabeth Knight

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