Aboriginal Language and Culture websites

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Fire, water and astronomy: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture comes to life in the classroom Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Language, Indigenous Education, Work In Australia, University Of Melbourne, Australian Curriculum, Social Science

Fire, water and astronomy: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture comes to life in the classroom

School children should go out into the world with a respect for the first peoples of Australia and all they have achieved

Scientists believe ancient Aboriginal tale about a volcano could be the oldest story EVER told James Cook, Anthropology Major, Aboriginal Language, University Of Melbourne, Sea Level Rise, Open Art, Park Pictures, Oral History, National Parks

Is an Aboriginal tale of an ancient volcano the oldest story ever told?

Eruption 37,000 years ago may have sparked a legend about four giants

Back on country to build an industry for native grains and grasses Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Language, Native Foods, University Of Sydney, Duck Recipes, Food Industry, Grasses, Best Diets

'A beautiful food product': Building an industry for native grains and grasses

Some people consider them weeds, but native grains and grasses could hold the key to a whole new industry.

This interactive tells the stories that have long been kept out of our history books. It shows evidence of mass killings from 1788 until a sustained and systematic process of conflict and expansion Aboriginal Language, Australia Map, History Books, The Expanse, War, Culture, Map Of Australia, History, Historia

The killing times: a massacre map of Australia's frontier wars

This interactive tells the stories that have long been kept out of our history books. It shows evidence of mass killings from 1788 until 1927: a sustained and systematic process of conflict and expansion

Yolngu sign language to be preserved in world-first document - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Learn Asl Online, Sign Language Dictionary, Aboriginal Language, British Sign Language, Forms Of Communication, Different Words, International Day, Abc News, Ancient Art

Yolngu sign language to be preserved in world-first document

It's been used for thousands of years as a way to hunt without scaring your prey, or to recognise cultural silences — now the ancient art of Yolngu sign language is being documented for a landmark resource, to help prevent this rare form of communication from disappearing altogether.

Looking south from the rooftop of the Cape Grim baseline air pollution station Aboriginal Language, Aboriginal Man, Aboriginal History, Aboriginal People, Van Diemen's Land, National Portrait Gallery, New South, Air Pollution, South Wales

Looking south from the rooftop of the Cape Grim baseline air pollution station

Looking south from the rooftop of the Cape Grim baseline air pollution station

Australia Has One Of The Oldest Human-Made Structures On Earth. National Sorry Day, Aboriginal Language, Dry Stone, Australia Day, London Underground, Stonehenge, Historical Sites, Matilda, Continents

OUTBACK TOUR: Australia Has One Of The Oldest Human-Made Structures On Earth. Meh? - New Matilda

We love our history in Australia. Just so long as it’s white. Chris Graham explains. Just over a week ago, shortly after I set off on the ‘New Matilda Fantastical Historical Political Outback Tour – Aboriginal Edition’ (#NMFHPOTAE), news broke that the grave of Matthew Flinders had been discovered underneath a railway station in London.More

This database tracks every known Indigenous death in custody in Australia from 2008 to 2018 Aboriginal Language, Death, Australia, Small Island, Culture

Deaths inside: every Indigenous death in custody since 2008 tracked – interactive

This database tracks every known Indigenous death in custody in Australia from 2008 to 2020

A common struggle for Aboriginal elders is how to make their language and culture appeal to young people in order for it to be carried on. Aboriginal Language, Place Names, Young People, Culture

The goanna spirit on Anderson Sugarloaf Mountain - This Place

The Dhanggati name for Anderson Sugarloaf Mountain is Barralbarayi. It was a place where the men would take the boys for initiation. The goanna spirit still ...

Ancient Indigenous aquaculture site Budj Bim added to UNESCO World Heritage list - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Carlton Gardens, Aqua Culture, Complex Systems, Stone Houses, Great Barrier Reef, A 17, Natural Wonders, World Heritage Sites, Aboriginal Education

A decade of lobbying sees Indigenous site older than the pyramids get World Heritage listing

After more than a decade of hard work and lobbying, a south-west Victorian Indigenous site has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The first sighting of James Cook's Endeavour, as remembered by the Yuin people of south-eastern Australia Aboriginal Language, The Endeavour, James Cook, The Fosters, Sapphire, Coast, Classroom, Australia, Culture

Warren Foster at Murunna Point

The first sighting of James Cook's Endeavour, as remembered by the Yuin people of south-eastern Australia

Mount Guluga the sacred Mother and Gurung-gubba the greedy pelican Aboriginal Language, People Online, Image Categories, Abc News, National Museum, East Coast, The Fosters, Finance, Knowledge

Mount Gulaga the sacred Mother and Gurung-gubba the greedy pelican | ABC Australia

Subscribe and tap the notification bell! https://www.youtube.com/abcaustralia?sub_confirmation=1 Djiringanj Yuin knowledge-holder Warren Foster explains the ...

A photograph in Dr Memmot's book shows an Aboriginal man sitting in the doorway of a dome-shaped building Aboriginal Language, Aboriginal Man, Aboriginal Education, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Indigenous Education, Australian Aboriginal History, Native American History, Australian Artists

Scientist debunks nomadic Aborigine 'myth'

Before white settlers arrived, Australia's indigenous peoples lived in houses and villages, and used surprisingly sophisticated architecture and design methods to build their shelters, new research has found.

Bush foods have been part of the Indigenous diet for generations, and they grow all around us. But just as the industry is starting to develop, experts say species are under threat as cities expand and the climate gets hotter. Australian Bush, Western Diet, Edible Plants, Food Industry, Backyard, Foods, Aboriginal Language, Abc News, Yard Ideas

These Australian bush foods are in high demand — and they're probably in your backyard

Bush foods have been part of the Indigenous diet for generations, and they grow all around us. But just as the industry is starting to develop, experts say species are under threat as cities expand and the climate gets hotter.

Evidence of stone houses found on Pilbara island Aboriginal Language, Aboriginal Education, Old Stone Houses, Western University, Cultural Significance, Latest Discoveries, State Government, Archipelago, First Nations

Evidence of 9,000-year-old stone houses found on Pilbara island | Sovereign Union - First Nations Asserting Sovereignty

Evidence of 9,000-year-old stone houses found on Pilbara island | Sovereign Union - First Nations Asserting Sovereignty

Aboriginal people once used native grasses to produce bread. So let's resurrect Australia's ancient breadmaking tradition. Aboriginal Language, Carbon Sequestration, Types Of Flour, Australian Food, Aboriginal People, Food Staples, Food Industry, Grasses, How To Make Bread

America has corn and Asia has rice. It's time Australia had a native staple food

Aboriginal people once used native grasses to produce bread. So let's resurrect Australia's ancient breadmaking tradition.