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1965 then, 2018 now, black Lives are lost senselessly, Dr. King change sure is slow to come. Black History Quotes, Black History Facts, Black History Month, We Are The World, In This World, Jimmie Lee Jackson, By Any Means Necessary, History Education, Black Pride

Horrible. What part of the constitution did the police not understand. We have a constitutional right to peaceful protests.

In 1838 white settlers murdered 28 Aboriginal men, women and children near Myall Creek Station. The massacre is a harrowing reminder of Australia's colonial violence and one of the rare cases where killers were tried and hanged. Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Indigenous Art, Aboriginal Art, Racism In Australia, Australia Day, Australian Aboriginal History

Myall Creek Massacre (1838)

In 1838 white settlers murdered 28 Aboriginal men, women and children near Myall Creek Station. The massacre is a harrowing reminder of Australia's colonial violence and one of the rare cases where killers were tried and hanged.

Aboriginal model Samantha Harris - ambassador for Australian Indigenous Fashion… Aboriginal History, Aboriginal People, Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful People, Tribal Images, Samantha Harris, Australian Aboriginals, Australian People, Australian Fashion

AIFW - Australian Asbestos Industry Watchdog

Aboriginal model Samantha Harris - ambassador for Australian Indigenous Fashion…

How is this not a national holiday? We need a Celebrating our First Australians Day!

Aboriginal Rights Page 3

Aboriginal Rights Page 3

On May there is an unofficial holiday in Australia called National Sorry Day. The day commemorates the day a national report called “Bringing Them Home” was official handed to the Australian government in 1997 after a two year inquiry. Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Children, Aboriginal Education, National Sorry Day, Australian Aboriginal History, Australian Aboriginals, Fair Skin

National Sorry Day

On May 26, there is an unofficial holiday in Australia called National Sorry Day. The day commemorates the day a national report called “Bringing Them Home” was official handed to the Australian government in 1997 after a two year inquiry. ...

In 1901 King Billy and his attendant, Robert, represented Geraldton Aborigines for the Perth visit of the Duke and Duchess of York. Perth newspapers record that Billy "carried around a supply of medals, which he retailed at satisfactory prices"

"King Billy", (a Murchison Aboriginal), W. A. [i.e Western Australia], ca. 1900 [picture]

Prime Minister Gough Whitlam pours soil into the hands of traditional land owner Vincent Lingiari, Wave Hill Station, Northern Territory, "From Little Things Big Things Grow". Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Art, Outback Australia, South Australia, Wave Hill, Indigenous Art, Indigenous Education

Today Marks 50 Years Since A Landmark Moment For Indigenous Land Rights

Fifty years ago the Gurindji went on strike and made history.

Aboriginal Slaves carted throughout USA and Europe as 'Circus Performers' Aboriginal Education, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Indigenous Education, Aboriginal Art, Australian Aboriginal History, Australian Aboriginals, Circus Performers, Black History Facts

Aboriginal Slaves carted throughout USA and Europe as 'Circus Performers' | Sovereign Union - First Nations Asserting Sovereignty

Aboriginal Rights Page 3

Aboriginal Rights Page 3

Aboriginal Rights Page 3

Rare photo: Tomb of Queen Gooseberry of the Sydney tribe of Aborigines, Showing the old Sydney Railway Station in the background. Sacred Architecture, Australian Architecture, Historical Architecture, Great Photos, Old Photos, Aboriginal History, Sydney City, Famous Landmarks, Historical Pictures

Tomb of Queen Gooseberry of the Sydney Tribe of Aborigines showing the old Sydney Railway Station in the background c1900

Tomb of Queen Gooseberry of the Sydney Tribe of Aborigines showing the old Sydney Railway Station in the background c1900

Aboriginal site - axe sharpening on Kings Tableland at Wentworth Falls. This is a very valuable part of the story of our town. Aboriginal Education, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Charles Darwin, Australian Art, Indigenous Art, Beautiful Space, At Least, South Wales

Aboriginal site - axe sharpening on Kings Tableland at Wentworth Falls. This is a very valuable part of the story of our town.

The Brewarrina Shire Council says more consultation is needed over a state government plan to extend the heritage listing of the Brewarrina Aboriginal fish traps. Australian Aboriginal History, Australian Art, Indigenous Education, Indigenous Art, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Art, Van Diemen's Land, Land Art, Travel Photos

Fish trap heritage extension being considered

The Brewarrina Shire Council says more consultation is needed over a state government plan to extend the heritage listing of the Brewarrina Aboriginal fish traps.

Australia's Songlines: An Ancient Network Known As The 'Footprints Of The Ancestors' Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Indigenous Art, Aboriginal Dreamtime, Naidoc Week, Art Of Letting Go

Australia's Songlines: An Ancient Network Known As The 'Footprints Of The Ancestors' | Ancient Code

As a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, this site may earn from qualifying purchases. We may also earn commissions on purchases from other retail websites.Sprawled across the Australian continent lies a network of invisible pathways known to the aborigine as ‘Footprints of the Ancestors’. In the West, we know them as ‘Song...