A great collection of fabulous books from Australian Indigenous Authors and illustrators. Perfect for sharing during Reconciliation Week in particular.

A great collection of fabulous books from Australian Indigenous Authors and illustrators. Perfect for sharing during Reconciliation Week in particular.

This short non fiction text features important factual information relating to National Reconciliation Week in Australia. (ACHHK063).

This short non fiction text features important factual information relating to National Reconciliation Week in Australia. (ACHHK063).

The Freedom Ride through western New South Wales towns in February 1965 drew attention to the racism in these towns. Aboriginal student Charles Perkins was, by the end of the journey, a national figure in the fight for Aboriginal rights.

The Freedom Ride through western New South Wales towns in February 1965 drew attention to the racism in these towns. Aboriginal student Charles Perkins was, by the end of the journey, a national figure in the fight for Aboriginal rights.

"This presentation was made to briefly educate people on the culture of Aboriginal Australian people. This presentation was created by two Aboriginal university students with the purpose to create awareness in the workplace. Please enjoy the video!"

"This presentation was made to briefly educate people on the culture of Aboriginal Australian people. This presentation was created by two Aboriginal university students with the purpose to create awareness in the workplace. Please enjoy the video!"

Referendum, 27 May 1967  Yes: For the rights of Australian Aborigines.

Referendum, 27 May 1967 Yes: For the rights of Australian Aborigines.

SPOTLIGHT ON... Indigenous Australian authors: 10 Must Read Books about Indigenous Australia

SPOTLIGHT ON… Indigenous Australian authors: 10 Must Read Books about Indigenous Australia

SPOTLIGHT ON... Indigenous Australian authors: 10 Must Read Books about Indigenous Australia

Charles Nelson Perkins, AO, commonly known as Charlie Perkins, was an Australian Aboriginal activist, football player and administrator. He was known as Kumantjayi Perkins in the period immediately following his death.

Charles Nelson Perkins, AO, commonly known as Charlie Perkins, was an Australian Aboriginal activist, football player and administrator. He was known as Kumantjayi Perkins in the period immediately following his death.

20 inspiring black women who have changed the nation > Dr Anita Heiss - an Aboriginal women working to break down the divide between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia. Anita is one of the country’s most well-known Indigenous writers who works to enhance her reader's understanding of Aboriginality in Australia. Anita is also a force behind the publication of the Macquarie PEN Anthology of Aboriginal Literature

20 inspiring black women who have changed the nation > Dr Anita Heiss - an Aboriginal women working to break down the divide between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia. Anita is one of the country’s most well-known Indigenous writers who works to enhance her reader's understanding of Aboriginality in Australia. Anita is also a force behind the publication of the Macquarie PEN Anthology of Aboriginal Literature

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