How you can help

This board aims to shows you the different ways you can help aid the Aboriginal situation in Australia, how you can do them, and why you should help.
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Picture from en.wikipedia.org  Spreading awareness is a good way you can help the Aboriginals. It only takes a few seconds of your time, and it can help a great deal. We can spread awareness through social media, by posting the aboriginal flag with the hashtag -----, or simply by bringing it up in conversations, like correcting someone's ideas of Aboriginal or Australian culture.

Australian Aboriginal Flag - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Racism is still very real in Australia, though you might not know about it. It's not you're fault. The media does not talk about this problem, because they have bigger fish to fry, such as the Syrian migration crisis.

Bill Onus, President of the Victorian Aborigines' Advancement League, taking part in the march for Aboriginal Rights referendum, Melbourne, 29 May Photo: Fairfaxphotos.

Donate to help indigenous peoples learn to read. This can greatly increase the literacy rates.

Donate to help indigenous peoples learn to read. This can greatly increase the literacy rates.

Stereotyping is another problem for Aborigines. When people think of an Aboriginal person, they think of a impoverished person, wearing animal hide, and speaking poor English. Some Aborigines choose to live away from society like this, but others choose to be a part of it, and can be offended by misrepresentation. Ways we can solve this problem are: Writing a company or politician about misrepresentation, or spreading awareness by correcting people with an incorrect view of Aborigines.

Stereotyping is another problem for Aborigines. When people think of an Aboriginal person, they think of a impoverished person, wearing animal hide, and speaking poor English. Some Aborigines choose to live away from society like this, but others choose to be a part of it, and can be offended by misrepresentation. Ways we can solve this problem are: Writing a company or politician about misrepresentation, or spreading awareness by correcting people with an incorrect view of Aborigines.

Chef Mark Olive. Just because some aboriginals prefer to live in less modern conditions, the majority of aboriginals don't live that way, and many are successful. There is a heavy stereotype that all aboriginals are poor and live in poor conditions, however this is not true for the majority. Do your part by helping to break the stereotype.

Chef Mark Olive. Just because some aboriginals prefer to live in less modern conditions, the majority of aboriginals don't live that way, and many are successful. There is a heavy stereotype that all aboriginals are poor and live in poor conditions, however this is not true for the majority. Do your part by helping to break the stereotype.

The truth is that 32% of indigenous Australians have lived in a major city of Australia, and 75% have lived in non-remote areas.

The truth is that of indigenous Australians have lived in a major city of Australia, and have lived in non-remote areas.

Aboriginal issues in australia 2015

Proportions (%) of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who experienced stressor(s), by type of stressor,


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