1995: Australia Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission apology for forcibly removing mixed-blood children

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The Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission issues a report recommending an apology and reparations for the Australian government’s policy of forcibly removing mixed-blood children from aboriginal families between 1910 and 1970.

 
To: 
Aboriginals
From: 
Australia
Year of Apology: 
1997
Footnote: 
Wayne, Anne. “Who’s sorry now? When a nation apologizes.” Sojourners. September-October, 1997; Leo, John. “So who’s sorry now.” U.S. News & World Report. June 30, 1997; Rose, Michael. “Down under: few funds, no apology.” World Press Review. Ma