Naidoc week collaborative art @erinewing50 could do with whole centre?

Pin This pin represents an incredible collaborative art activity that allows children to see and embrace the culture of Aboriginal Australia, which the EYLF recognises as promoting a greater understanding of Indigenous culture.

NAIDOC Day 2013 The Rainbow Serpent created by me Donna Collier... Hand prints designed with coloured sea salt, coloured sand and paints

NAIDOC Day 2013 The Rainbow Serpent created by Donna Collier. Hand prints designed with coloured sea salt, coloured sand and paints

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Australia crafts for kids - Aboriginal art has been around for many hundreds of thousands of years. Aboriginal rock carvings and paintings date back at least years, and tell the stories of the artists who painted them.

-Beautiful leaf art

cool idea for something to do with your autumn leaves.or aboriginal designs! Magnolia leaves would be perfect for this!

The Power of White Privilege [click on this image to find a link and analysis of how one can use white privilege to challenge racism]

Teaching Privilege without Perpetuating Privilege. Also, there's a great discussion on teaching in the comments.

The clenched fist salutes of Tommie Smith and John Carlos at the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico is one of the defining images from a year of global protest. Despite its ubiquity it has lost none of its extraordinary power. Muhammad Ali, who knew a thing or two about both the Olympics and racism in the United States, said that it was “the single most courageous act of the century.”

The clenched fist salutes of Tommie Smith and John Carlos at the 1968 Olympic Games is one of the defining images from a year of global protest. This is definitely a moment of courage and strength for all African Americans.

Racism

Racism

A Most Peculiar Act, by Marie Munkara casts a sardonic eye at assimilation and the "white Australia" policy, from the perspective of an Aboriginal camp dweller called Sugar. Sugar's resistance to assimilation turns into a battle with the authorities and the chief protector Horatio Humphris. Interspersed with illicit affairs, stolen children and unwelcome foreigners, A Most Peculiar Act sees Sugar and her oppressors finally meet in a showdown neither side could have expected.

A Most Peculiar Act, by Marie Munkara casts a sardonic eye at assimilation and the "white Australia" policy, from the perspective of an Aboriginal camp dweller called Sugar. Sugar's resistance to assimilation turns into a battle with the authorities and the chief protector Horatio Humphris. Interspersed with illicit affairs, stolen children and unwelcome foreigners, A Most Peculiar Act sees Sugar and her oppressors finally meet in a showdown neither side could have expected.

A groundbreaking study examining the roles of white women in Australia's and the United States’ policies of indigenous child-removal and education.

A groundbreaking study examining the roles of white women in Australia's and the United States’ policies of indigenous child-removal and education.

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