Barry Corr

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Author biography

Barry Corr was a participant in the so-called 1965 Freedom Ride, worked for 20 years teaching history in low SES schools, and for twelve years in Aboriginal education. He continues to be involved in Aboriginal education, is involved in Shaws Creek Aboriginal Place in Yellomundee Regional Park, and is an Aboriginal stakeholder in the redevelopment of Thompson Square. He continues to advocate for a memorial to the Hawkesbury’s frontier wars. His writings on Aboriginal perspectives of settler-coloniality have been published in Meanjin, Overland, and Honi Soit.