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I would have to clean their place and cook for them every night, I remember when ever they had company they'd refer to me as 'the little black servant' and their sayin' Come ere nigger. I was belted a thousand times on the thighs, the ankles - the embarrassment. I still have the scars today - they are both mental and physical.
A few years ago I decided to track down my mother, brother and cousins. Went to some fancy place in the city. I found my mother but she's now married to some white fella and wanted nothin' to do with me. Poor little Daku took his own life, it turned out the Kinchela Boys' home was just to much for him. I tracked down Maroochy - she's livin' back in Bourke with the Aboriginal community down there, the rest of ma cousins could never be found.
I'm now livin out in Coffs Harbour, married a bloke from around this way. Some days are better than others y' know. The events are reelin' in our minds and none of us can stop it. Many people round ere' like to drink to keep the pain away. Few years ago we had a little girl, Samantha - she'll never be taken away from us. I've always got her and she's always got me. Sometimes I dunno what to teach her, how to tell where she's come from, is she black? white? what? So I decided thats something she'll have to decide for herself.
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