Friday, December 4, 2020  
 
 
       
Murawina
     
   
    Oral history interviews  

Margo Beasley interviewed Norma Ingram, founding administrator of Murawina, in 2006.
LISTEN at the Dictionary of Sydney


Norma was interviewed in 1975 for 'Tharunka'.  Read it at Trove

     
   
       
Redfern: Aboriginal activism in the 1970s
  
by Johanna Perheentupa  -  thesis  |  book
CHAPTER 5Murawina: For the unity of Aboriginal women
     
   
       

The breakfast program in Hollis Park, at the
bottom of Georgina St, Newtown in New Dawn, May 1972

In September the breakfast program moved to 72 Shepherd St, thanks to Leon Fink who donated a building. in January 1973 the program was named Murawina, Arrernte for black woman,
and was now solely run by local women, and in June the preschool was started.

Murawina moved to its own building in Eveleigh St in 1979
then to the Redfern Public School site in 2003, and has
since closed.
     
   
    photos  

NAA – A6180:22/4/80/12
Set of 8 photos
search TROVE for Murawina
     
   
    photos  

Barbara Silva, Roslyn Silva on right and Karla Carr
Photos by Michael Riley in 1980s
more here, here & here
     
   
       
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