CCP: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures

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Excellent explanation of The Dreaming by indigenous Australians

Draft video for te Australian Museum for their Dreaming Stories. This is about Goorialla the Rainbow Serpent. The performers are my good friends and brothers: Gumaroy Newman, Eric Arthur Tamwoy (Turtle) and Norm Barsah.

ANZAC day is a time when we remember the people who've fought for Australia in wars. For anyone, that takes a huge amount of courage and determination. But imagine fighting for a country that didn't even see you as a citizen. Sarah looks at the sacrifice of Indigenous soldiers and meets some young people making sure it's not forgotten. And a warning to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers; this story contains images of people who have died.

ANZAC Day & Indigenous Soldiers - meet some young people making sure it's not forgotten.

Language Map: Zoom in

ABC Online Indigenous - Interactive Map Year 3 Geographical Knowledge and Understanding: The many Countries/Places of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples throughout Australia

As you saw earlier, Anzac day commemorations were held on Friday. And on that day we were lucky enough to meet a young Aussie with a very special connection to it. His name is Anzac. Here's his story. But first, a warning to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers, this story contains images of people who've died.

Students will deepen their understanding of Anzac Day and the symbols and customs associated with this commemoration. Video produced by ABC Behind the scenes with supporting teacher resources aimed at Year 3 students

30+ Aboriginal apps you probably didn’t know about - Creative Spirits

Welcome to Country, a free iOS app, uses geo-location to deliver users cultural information about Aboriginal groups indigenous to the area.

Ngurrara interactive story

There is much hubris in the community art sector but cultural solutions to social problems should expect failure

Sector 1: Welcome and Acknowledgement - Kinship Module - The University of Sydney

Sector Welcome and Acknowledgement - Kinship Module - The University of Sydney

School and Classroom Teaching Resources for First Contact Series 2

SBS said that the second season of First Contact would be confronting and they weren’t kidding.

These four Indigenous Australians are part of the fight to maintain our linguistic diversity — one word at a time.

Learn words in Australian languages with four young speakers

Indigenous Language (Yawuru) Lessons - Behind the News - YouTube

The town of Broome in Western Australia is pushing to become the first bilingual town in Australia by teaching all kids Yawuru, the local indigenous language.

Talking about the 1967 Referendum - Behind the News - YouTube

How was the 1967 referendum seen by those that lived through it? We joined a group of school kids as they asked a local elder what his life was like before a.

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