Information provided by Max Brown provided evidence that progress and change could be undertaken on the basis of a continuing and adapting Aboriginal culture.

A Continuing and Adapting Aboriginal Culture

Max Brown to Shirley Andrews, 5 November 1953, Council for Aboriginal Rights Papers, State Library of Victoria, MS 12913/1/8/772.

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Shirley Andrews Explains Council's Support of Strike

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Hoping to see the success of the Pilbara cooperative repeated in other parts of the country, the Council for Aboriginal Rights sought to spread information about the movement as widely as possible. This letter from Andrews to Alfred Nailer Jacobs, an Aboriginal rights activist in Western Australia’s south-west, explains the Council’s interest in and plans for supporting the movement.