School children raise money to support the Gurindji strike
|Title:||School children raise money to support the Gurindji strike|
|Content creator:||Northern Territory Division(s), Department of the Interior [II] – Northern Territory Sub-Registry|
|Keywords:||Aboriginal communities, Aboriginal history, Aboriginal peoples, Aboriginal land rights, petitions, Gurindji, Vincent Lingiari, native title, cattle industry, activists, Indigenous activists, Aboriginal activists, Vestey, Wattie Creek, Wave Hill|
|Record creator:||Northern Territory Division(s), Department of the Interior [II] – Northern Territory Sub-Registry|
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17 Dec 1968
Dear Mr. Lingari,
The school children of Ku-Ring-Gai High School, North Turrumurra, New South Wales, have raised $173.00 which they have asked to be used for the welfare of the Gurindji people and which they have handed over to me as trustee so that I can forward it to you.
I am now enclosing their cheque for $173.00.
They ask that you should use this as you think fit for the benefit of your people. Would you please let them know how you have decided to use it as I am sure they would appreciate very much hearing from you.
With all good wishes,
(Sgd) W.C. Wentworth
Mr. Vincent Lingiari,
WAVE HILL. N.T.
Private Secretary to the
Minister for the Interior:
Forwarded for you Minister's information.