Fair Skin Black Fella

Author(s): Renee Fogorty

Non-Fiction | First Nations Stories | First Nations and People of Colour Voices

An educational and heartwarming read, this story follows Mary, a young Aboriginal girl who lives on dusty cattle station. When Mary is shunned by other Indigenous girls for her fair skin, Old Ned, a community elder, comes to her rescue. Touching upon the themes of multiculturalism and prejudice, this narrative utilizes Old Ned's voice to demonstrate that family, community, country, culture, and spirituality--in lieu of skin color--are at the heart of Aboriginal identity.


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Renee Fogorty is a descendant of the Wiradjuri people from central New South Wales, Australia. She is a high school student, an author, and an artist.

General Fields

  • : 9781921248146
  • : Magabala Books
  • : Magabala Books
  • : 0.136078
  • : March 2010
  • : 198x129mm
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : colour ill.
  • : 28
  • : Paperback
  • : Renee Fogorty