C. Felton, Liz Flangan
Lilith: a feminist history journal
This paper examines the need for us, as Koori women, to develop a tidda's Manifesto to articulate out experiences and analyse the factors that shape ourreality. The importance of setting our own agenda is to eliminate the oppressive impositions of white nomination. We have to resist being further indoctrinated by dominant ideologies, of which White feminism is a component. As Koori tiddas we do not want to be locked into the constraints of a partlcular feminist framework. Particularly when feminism in this country our country, is constructed within a dominant white culture that benefits from the dispossession and oppression of Koori people.