Stolen generation redress 'bittersweet' for south-west Victorian survivors

Kyra Gillespie
By Kyra Gillespie
Updated March 4 2022 - 7:41am, first published March 3 2022 - 5:00am
South-west Victorian Gunditjmara Elder Charmaine Clarke (pictured right) was two-and-a-half years old when she was removed from her family, along with five other siblings in 1969.
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that this article contains images and mentions of deceased persons.

THE scars left in the aftermath of the forced removal of Aboriginal children from their families, known now as the stolen generations, run deep in south-west Victoria.

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Kyra Gillespie

Kyra Gillespie

Journalist

Multi-platform journalist and digital / social producer for Australian Community Media, covering all the latest news across south-west Victoria. Got a news tip? Get in touch: kyra.gillespie@austcommunitymedia.com.au | 0475 951 618