Tell It to the World: An Indigenous Memoir

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$15.95  $14.83
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Scribe Us
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Pages
256
Dimensions
5.3 X 8.2 X 0.8 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781947534261

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About the Author

Stan Grant is an award-winning journalist and author. He is currently the global affairs and indigenous affairs analyst at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Prior to this, he worked as the indigenous editor for The Guardian Australia, managing editor for National Indigenous Television, and international editor for Sky News Australia. From 2001 to 2012, he served as a senior international correspondent for CNN in Asia and the Middle East, broadcasting to an audience of millions around the world. Stan is of Aboriginal ancestry, from the Wiradjuri people.

Reviews

"A profound memoir by a writer of Aboriginal ancestry meditating upon "white" Australia."
--Joyce Carol Oates

"Stan Grant is an extraordinary man. He will be Australia's first aboriginal prime minister."
--Peter Carey

"Searingly honest, this is a compelling and harrowing book in which Stan Grant adds his strong voice to the clamor for social justice and indigenous rights."
--New Internationalist

"Grant is a natural storyteller...at his best when recounting his experiences and observations of Indigenous Australian life with devastating simplicity and acuity. This highly readable book...has the potential to spark empathy and generate important discussion, and deserves to be read widely."
--Bookseller + Publisher

"Grant will be an important voice in shaping this nation."
--The Saturday Paper

"It is a story so essential and salutary to this place that it should be given out free at the ballot box."
--Sydney Morning Herald

"An urgent and flowing narrative in a book that should be on the required reading list in every school."
--The Australian