Robert James "Bob" Randall (c.1934 – 12 May 2015), also known as Uncle Bob, was an Aboriginal Australian elder, singer and community leader. He was a member of the Stolen Generations and became an elder of the Yankunytjatjara people from Central Australia. He was the 1999 National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee NAIDOC Person of the Year.[1] His 1970 song, "My Brown Skin Baby, They Take 'im Away," is described as an "anthem" for the Stolen Generations. He was known by the honorific "Tjilpi", a word meaning "old man" that is often translated as "uncle". He lived in Mutitjulu, the Aboriginal community at Uluru in the Northern Territory of Australia.

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Bob Randall
Born
. Robert James Randall

c.1934
Died(2015-05-12)12 May 2015
Mutitjulu, Northern Territory, Australia
OccupationAboriginal elder, singer, community leader
Awards1999 NAIDOC Week Person of the Year
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