Australian Dictionary of Biography - Douglas Nicholls, by Eric Wadsworth, 1976 "Sir Douglas Ralph Nicholls (1906-1988), footballer, pastor, activist and governor, was born on 9 December 1906 at Cummeragunja Aboriginal mission, New South Wales"

Douglas Nicholls: Chairman Aboriginal Sports Foundation & Governor of South Australia 1976 - 77

NITV :: Mabo: Life of an Island Man

NITV is an awesome site offering Indigenous literacy perspectives on contentious topics. There are some great stories of Indigenous people and their accomplishments, as well as Indigenous literature, radio and podcasts.

Koori Web - Sir Douglas Nicholls (Pastor)

Koori Web - Sir Douglas Nicholls (Pastor)

Jessica Mauboy - "Jessica's story so far is a remarkable one. She grew up in Darwin, and became a national darling thanks to the platform of "Australian Idol's" fourth season, back in 2006. Her debut 2008 album "Been Waiting" scored double platinum sales and yielded seven ARIA Award nominations. Jessica's collaboration-crammed follow-up "Get ‘Em Girls" was a top 10 ARIA album and generated four multi-platinum selling singles."

New Album Alert - Jessica Mauboy - Beautiful Platinum Edition

Eddie Mabo "Gail says her family shared the same response to the High Court win.  “It was a shock when he won because most people didn’t think we would win. It was unheard of for a single person to change the whole history of a nation and for Dad to do that it was an awakening call to Australia to say ‘it’s time to right a wrong’ and embrace indigenous people.” "

Historical figure Eddie Koiko Mabo who changed Australian law for Indigenous Australians - native title

Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) - Eddie Koiki Mabo

Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) - Eddie Koiki Mabo

Who We Are: Miranda Tapsell

Who We Are: Miranda Tapsell

Who We Are: Kaylah Truth

Who We Are: Kaylah Truth

Cathy Freeman Foundation "The Cathy Freeman Foundation's purpose is to close the education gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous children and to provide pathways to a brighter future."

Cathy Freeman Foundation "The Cathy Freeman Foundation's purpose is to close the education gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous children and to provide pathways to a brighter future.

Australian sprinter who excelled in the 400-metre dash and who in 2000 became the first Australian Aborigine to win an individual Olympic gold medal.

Cathy Freeman

Australian sprinter who excelled in the dash and who in 2000 became the first Australian Aborigine to win an individual Olympic gold medal.

Black Olive - Full Interview #Mark #Olive

Black Olive - Full Interview #Mark #Olive

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