The Pacific Islanders Protection Acts

The Pacific Islanders Protection Acts of 1872 and 1875 are misconstrued by many Aboriginal activists as preventing the colonial governments from expanding their territories or otherwise interfering with the sovereignty and rights of the indigenous peoples in Australia without their consent.  Both the Pacific Islanders Protection Acts of 1872 and 1875 were repealed by Schedule 2 of the Criminal Code Amendment (Slavery and Sexual Servitude) Act 1999. Following the previous notion, is the assertion that the repeal of these Acts were … Continue reading The Pacific Islanders Protection Acts
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