Minnie Pwerle (also Minnie Purla or Minnie Motorcar Apwerl; born between 1910 and 1922 – 18 March 2006) was an Australian Aboriginal artist. She came from Utopia, Northern Territory (Unupurna in local language), a cattle station in the Sandover area of Central Australia 300 kilometres (190 mi) northeast of Alice Springs.
The official website for NAIDOC Week 2014: 6-13 July. This year the National NAIDOC theme is "Serving Country: Centenary & Beyond".
aboriginal lesson plans and workshops for students
Aboriginal [Australian] art From the "Red Center" Each picture tells a story of the "Dreamtime"._
Arnhem Land - Aboriginal fire ecologist, Dean Yibarbuk, explains how traditional fire management practices have kept the country healthy for thousands of years. Recently, his mob have been working with local scientists to adapt the regime of traditional fire management to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
NAIDOC WEEK 2013:THE QUIET ACHIEVERS [VIDEO] To mark NAIDOC week, ABC Local brings you the stories of the quiet achievers doing their thing right across Australia. #NAIDOC #Aboriginal #TorresStraitIslander #Indigenous #StoryTelling #Culture
Australian Indigenous perspectives and two giveaways - Australian Teachers
Australian Indigenous perspectives and two giveaways
My Mothers Story MK17519 - Aboriginal Art by Betty Club Mpetyane at Muk Muk Fine Art
Remembrance Day. Poem: "In Flander's Fields" written during the First World War by Canadian physician Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae.