Daisy Bindi's Account of Leaving Roy Hill

Daisy Bindi’s account of leaving Roy Hill, cited by Katrin Wilson, ‘The Allocation of Sex Roles in Social and Economic Affairs in a “New Style” Australian Aboriginal Community, Pindan’, MA thesis, University of Western Australia, 1961, pp. 45, 56.

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Daisy Bindi Leads People from Roy Hill Station

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Among those who left stations at this time was a dynamic woman called Daisy Bindi, who led almost a hundred people into the cooperative from Roy Hill station in early 1952, after their negotiations with station management had failed to achieve the improvements in wages and conditions they were seeking.