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Aboriginal mothers in WA jails discuss domestic violence in lives, as study finds ‘culture of fighting’

“There was no way I was going to stand back and let a man flog me, so I gave just as much as he tried to give.”

Violence - ABCThose were the words of Leonie, the pseudonym for one of 84 Aboriginal mothers in West Australian jails who were interviewed for a new report on the role of intergenerational violence in their lives.

Almost 90 per cent of…

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