The Central Land Council (CLC) is deeply entwined with the lives of
the book's storytellers and their families. The CLC is a
Commonwealth statutory authority governed by 90 Aboriginal
delegates, elected by communities in the southern half of the
Northern Territory. It has represented the interests of Aboriginal
people against ongoing threats to their rights since 1975. It
supports them to manage their land and to use income from it to
strengthen their communities.
For more information about the CLC and the oral history project at the heart of Every Hill Got A Story go to www.clc.org.au.