Rob Riley: An Aboriginal Leader's Quest for Justice
1 Jan 2006
Aboriginal Studies Press
Rob Riley was at the centre of debates that polarised views on race relations in Australia: land rights, treaty, deaths in custody, self-determination, justice system, native title and the Stolen Generations. Tragically he took his own life in 1996, shocking community leaders and citizens alike. Riley's life raises profound questions about our past, our present and our future.