David Unaipon was the first Australian Aboriginal writer to have a book published in Australia.  Find more detailed information about this photograph:  http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=431534  From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales www.sl.nsw.gov.au

David Unaipon was the first Australian Aboriginal writer to have a book published in Australia. Find more detailed information about this photograph: http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=431534 From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales www.sl.nsw.gov.au

Fanny Cochrane Smith, Tasmanian Aboriginal linguist. | 22 Australian Women Who Will Inspire The Hell Out Of You

Fanny Cochrane Smith, Tasmanian Aboriginal linguist. | 22 Australian Women Who Will Inspire The Hell Out Of You

Here are 10 of Australia’s darkest secrets. By Guest Writer Pemulwuy

Here are 10 of Australia’s darkest secrets. By Guest Writer Pemulwuy

The first-ever, original work of literature written by an Australian Aboriginal writer and published in the original language with English translations - Edited by Billy Marshall Stoneking

The first-ever, original work of literature written by an Australian Aboriginal writer and published in the original language with English translations - Edited by Billy Marshall Stoneking

It started out as an inspiring 6,000-word speech by prominent Arrernte writer, feminist, unionist and activist Celeste Liddle to mark International Women’s Day in Melbourne earlier this week. Less than a week later, it’s rapidly descending into high farce for the world’s most popular social media platform, as Facebook continues to ban users who share theMore

It started out as an inspiring 6,000-word speech by prominent Arrernte writer, feminist, unionist and activist Celeste Liddle to mark International Women’s Day in Melbourne earlier this week. Less than a week later, it’s rapidly descending into high farce for the world’s most popular social media platform, as Facebook continues to ban users who share theMore

Biography.com remembers Australian Aboriginal writer and political activist Kath Walker, considered the first of the modern-day Aboriginal protest writers.

Biography.com remembers Australian Aboriginal writer and political activist Kath Walker, considered the first of the modern-day Aboriginal protest writers.

Blood by Tony Birch https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B00684V3YE/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_iRjBxbRKKJ12N

Blood by Tony Birch https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B00684V3YE/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_iRjBxbRKKJ12N

Books by Aboriginal Australian Writers You Should Read

Books by Aboriginal Australian Writers You Should Read

Celebrating Cleverman's international release by getting our readers acquainted with some of the best writings from Aboriginal Australians.


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Sally Morgan (artist) Robyn39s Indigenous Studies Unisa Indigenous Studies

Sally Morgan (artist) Robyn39s Indigenous Studies Unisa Indigenous Studies

Popular children's author and artist, Sally Morgan, Wannamurraganya http://gallery.aboriginalartdirectory.com/aboriginal-art/sally-morgan/wannamurraganya.php

Popular children's author and artist, Sally Morgan, Wannamurraganya http://gallery.aboriginalartdirectory.com/aboriginal-art/sally-morgan/wannamurraganya.php

My Place by Sally Morgan. #nonfiction   Morgan traveled to her grandmother’s birthplace, starting a search for information about her family. She uncovers that she is not white but aborigine—information that was kept a secret because of the stigma of society.

My Place by Sally Morgan. #nonfiction Morgan traveled to her grandmother’s birthplace, starting a search for information about her family. She uncovers that she is not white but aborigine—information that was kept a secret because of the stigma of society.

Written by a mother and son duo, this brightly illustrated picture book is a jubilant journey through a child's home country that celebrates the joys of nature and emphasizes forming a connection with place. In simple and lyrical prose, this narrative offers an indigenous Australian perspective of life as it connects traditional and contemporary experiences in a ways that children can understand.

Written by a mother and son duo, this brightly illustrated picture book is a jubilant journey through a child's home country that celebrates the joys of nature and emphasizes forming a connection with place. In simple and lyrical prose, this narrative offers an indigenous Australian perspective of life as it connects traditional and contemporary experiences in a ways that children can understand.

Developed by Education Services Australia through The Le@rning Federation, the education collection is designed to help teachers and students make the most of the wide range of moving image resources on the site. The clips in this collection are accompanied by teachers’ notes created by specialist curriculum writers.

Developed by Education Services Australia through The Le@rning Federation, the education collection is designed to help teachers and students make the most of the wide range of moving image resources on the site. The clips in this collection are accompanied by teachers’ notes created by specialist curriculum writers.

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