Indigenous Perspectives Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: assimilation : process in which a minority group or culture assumes the behaviors, values, rituals, and beliefs of their host nation’s majority group, reconciliation : about strengthening relationships between aboriginal and torres strait islander peoples and non-indigenous peoples, for the benefit of all australians, australia : an island country and continent in the southern hemisphere, in the south-western pacific ocean, canberra capital city, referendum : vote by the people on an issue of public policy or law. the 1967 one allowed for indigenous australians to be included in the census, philip noyce : australian film maker who directed the giver, salt and rabbit proof fence, census : an official count or survey, especially of a population, moore river : settlement in which children of ‘mixed decent’ or what was termed ‘half-caste’ aboriginal people, were brought there to be trained as domestic servants for white society, molly : protagonist of phillip noyce's rabbit proof fence, eagle : totem of molly's family in rabbit proof fence, rabbit proof fence : designed to keep the invasive populations of the eastern bush from entering western australia, kinship : relationship between members of the same family, it is also central feature of aboriginal socialisation and family relationships, discrimination : unfair treatment of people or groups based on certain traits, such as race, gender, age, or religion, elders : someone who has gained recognition as a custodian of knowledge and lore, and who has permission to disclose knowledge and beliefs". they may be male or female, and of any age, but must be trusted and respected by their community for their wisdom, cultural knowledge and community service, belonging : a feeling of being happy or comfortable as part of a particular group and having a good relationship with the other members of the group because they welcome them and accept them