Judy Napangardi Watson, "Mini Mina Jukurrpa, (Women’s Dreaming)," 2004: The Kluge-Ruhe Collection presents "Yuru-Yurula: Women's Paintings from Yuendumu," an exhibition of acrylic works by women from Yuendumu, an Aboriginal community in the Tanami Desert of Central Australia. Artists featured include Judy Napangardi Watson, Bessie Nakamarra Sims, Andrea Nungarrayi Martin, Betsy Napangardi Lewis, and others. 400 Worrell Dr. 244-0234.

Judy Napangardi Watson - "Mini Mina Jukurrpa, (Women’s Dreaming)," 2004

"A Gin & Piccaninny" (old terms for a an Australian Aboriginal woman and an Aboriginal child). Photo taken between 1868 and 1872. Part of Scrapbook, Australia, 1868-1872, collected by C.H. Allen during a journey around the world

"A Gin & Piccaninny" (old terms for a an Australian Aboriginal woman and an Aboriginal child). Are these derogatory names? Photo taken between 1868 and Part of Scrapbook, Australia, collected by C. Allen during a journey around the world

New Zealand | "Tenakeo" Maori woman with long hair worn loose, chin moko, flax cloak and huia feather in her hair. ca. 1904 - 1914 | Scanned postcard image; artist unknown. From the postcard album collected by the Bowater family.

Shows a head and shoulders portrait of a Maori women with long hair worn loose, chin moko, flax cloak and huia feather in her hair.

First Australians -Aboriginal Women, Northern Territory, dingo (dog) 1928. Photo taken by Herbert Basedow

Women carrying baskets Aboriginal women, Northern Territory, Photo taken by Herbert Basedow

Emily Kame Kngwarreye, outstanding Australian Aboriginal Artist, who started her painting dreams in her late 70th's!!

Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Australian Aboriginal Artist, who started her painting dreams in her late

Kate Kelly (aka Catherine Ada Kelly) (12 July 1863 - October 1898) was the sister of famous Australian outlaw Ned Kelly. It is believed she drowned in Lake Forbes, a small pond situated in the middle of Forbes, while saving an Aboriginal child that was in trouble during a flood of the lake. She was buried in Forbes Cemetery, aged 36.

Kate Kelly (aka Catherine Ada Kelly) (12 July 1863 - October 1898) was the sister of famous Australian outlaw Ned Kelly. It is believed she drowned in Lake Forbes, a small pond situated in the middle of Forbes, while saving an Aboriginal child that was in trouble during a flood of the lake. She was buried in Forbes Cemetery, aged 36.

First Australian - Australian Aborigine (Girl) Shoalhaven Dist. N.S.W. Date(s) of creation: [1933] Photograph printed in 1933 from original negatives taken by Henry King in the 1890s.

First Australian - Indigenous Australian Aborigine Girl, Shoalhaven District of N. Date(s) of creation: Photograph printed in 1933 from original negatives taken by Henry King in the v

Aboriginal women washing their hair with sand at Arnhem land in the Northern Territory of Australia.1st January 1950

January Aboriginal women washing their hair with sand at Arnhem land in the Northern Territory of Australia. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images)

During World War II, Faith Bandler served in the Australian Women’s Land Army where she received less pay than white women doing the same work. Motivated by this injustice, she initiated a campaign for equal pay for Indigenous workers upon her discharge.

During World War II, Faith Bandler served in the Australian Women’s Land Army where she received less pay than white women doing the same work. Motivated by this injustice, she initiated a campaign for equal pay for Indigenous workers upon her discharge.


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