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"BlackWords provides access to a vast record of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers and their publications ... " You may need the AustLit username and password. See link to all usernames and passwords below.
"Dust Echoes is a series of twelve beautifully animated Dreamtime stories from Central Arnhem Land, telling stories of love, loyalty, duty to Country and Aboriginal custom and law."
"NAIDOC originally stood for ‘National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee’. This committee was once responsible for organising national activities during NAIDOC Week and its acronym has since become the name of the week itself." This is the official NAIDOC website.
NAIDOC Teaching Guides
"Teaching resources relate directly to supporting teachers in addressing The Australian Curriculum: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Culture cross-curriculum priority."
"Always Was, Always Will Be. recognises that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years ... "
NAIDOC Poster Gallery
"The first NAIDOC poster was created in 1972 to promote "Aborigines Day" which had become widely accepted as a day for Australians to come together in support for better rights for Indigenous people ... "
NAIDOC resources | Twinkl
Download free resources to support classroom activities. Registration is required.
NAIDOC Week | Teachstarter
"An extensive collection of teaching resources to use during NAIDOC Week. Use this teaching resource pack when learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, places and culture during NAIDOC Week ... " Registration required.
NAIDOC Week Teacher Resources | SBS
"SBS is the official media and education partner of NAIDOC Week 2019 and 2020. The SBS Learn team have worked closely with the National NAIDOC Committee to develop a teacher resource for all schools across Australia from Foundation to senior years. Soon we will announce when this year's resource will be available ... "
Five Fast Facts - NAIDOC Week | Reconciliation Australia
"NAIDOC Week celebrates the achievements and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people ... "
"The fortnightly national Indigenous newspaper - 100% Aboriginal owned 1005 self funded ... "
Dreaming of a better future for First Nations peoples
"A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of being heard the news of the killing of George Floyd's killing and was really sad, but not the least surprised, and actually hopeful that something will be done to stop the ingrained racism in this country ... "
"NAIDOC Week is an annual celebration held in Australia to recognize the culture and contributions of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people ... "
The Measure of Success
"The idea that economic success and indigenous people don't mix is deeply ingrained in Australia. But a thriving middle class is proving that wrong. Essay by Stan Grant ... "
Adam Goodes, in retrospectives
"In this article, the author talks about two documentaries regarding the Adam Goodes booing fiasco being released mere weeks apart, Shark Island Productions' The Final Quarter and Madman Films' The Australian Dream, anchored by Stan Grant. It also mentions how it lead to heightened discussion on racism and the role it plays within the sporting world ... "
'Racism is its own virus': Grant says Naden reacted to abuse with class
"Stan Grant has only met Brent Naden a couple of times but the pair share deep roots. The iconic broadcaster's own grandmother was a Naden, meaning both are members of the same large and proud family. It was this link that ensured Grant was anything but shocked at the way the Penrith winger reacted to hearing racial abuse directed at him at Central Coast Stadium on Friday night ... "
Elevate Recognition Action Plan: March 2019 - March 2023
" ... Collectively, we believe that meaningful change will occur on Australia’s reconciliation journey, only when it is informed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and enacted by a united Australia ... "