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blakandblack 43m
Something for our friends in the dominant culture to think about ... is a country. It has a racist history which continues to impact on the lives of people. Evidence of racism in Australia against Aboriginal people is extensive. - Hannah McGlade
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Ckret2no1 11h
How many times when I'm having fun on twitter & an 'ally" says "ignore them, they're a troll! Like no shit sherlock! They don't say 'hey ur a gordang racist stfu or wow reporting u for hate speech just ignore 2019 allies, speak up, b heard - don't try to silence us!
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E Reyes 7h
FUCK THEIR HISTORY BOOKS!
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Ken Chapman 10h
Ian Anderson deserves a lot of credit & gratitude from for staying on as CEO when Canada bought the project. His personal leadership & participation in meaningful consultation with all peoples along the route is ORDER OF CANADA worthiness.
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State Library of NSW Aug 20
Oodgeroo Noonuccal (Kath Walker) was the first woman in Australia to have a book of published. We’re grateful to hold a signed copy her debut work ‘We Are Going’ published in 1964.
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Nick Skilton 2h
"the richest accounts of South Asians were in some of the languages spoken in Australian desert. In histories that Aboriginal people told ... there appear startlingly detailed accounts of South Asians."
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Girrali 😎 21h
I've no love for the model that governs the planet. I feel our approach to living & sharing resources is superior to this hierarchy of greed I see controlling & destroying our futures. So, what are the pros & cons? 🤔
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Indigenous Apache 20h
Out of the Indian approach to life there came a great freedom, an intense and absorbing respect for life, enriching faith in a Supreme Power, and principles of truth, honesty, generosity, equity, and brotherhood as a guide to mundane relations.
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Brenden Aug 19
Massive thanks to for their ongoing support. Horticultural Native Plant specialists connecting our youth & community programs across NSW. I value my connection with native plants though culture & their traditional use. Sharing plants & culture.
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culture decanted 2h
site sheds light on Australians 50,000 years ago
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The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Aug 19
New data linkage study shows a marked decrease in the rate of hospital admissions in both vaccinated and unvaccinated and non-Aboriginal since the introduction of in .
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Nancy Knickerbocker Aug 18
Dozens of flutter in morning light like spirits of —reminding teachers for ⁦⁩ summer conference of so many tragic losses and deep responsibility to infuse ways of knowing and being in the classroom.
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Rick Colbourne 7h
Indigenous knowlwdge mobilization at and research partnership gathering in Algonquin territory!
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Waybarra by Garigarra Aug 14
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Headdress Chief Aug 20
The ground on which we stand is sacred ground. It is the blood of our ancestors.
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City of Perth 23h
The commissioned artwork endemic to the area to display on its street banners along St Georges Terrace. Making a visible statement about the City’s commitment to reconciliation, the banners display Nyoongar wording such as ‘Boodjara’ – belong to country.
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Charlie Suds Aug 21
Replying to @charlie_suds
The Graham (Polly) Farmer Foundation provides lifelong opportunities to children and youth around Australia.
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Jolleen Hicks Aug 21
Great feedback from an attendee of my workshop held today in . I enjoy teaching and feel privileged to be part of the learning journey of others.
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Sabrina Chakori Aug 20
🧐🧐🧐 I don’t understand where are people / businesses and people from marginalised backgrounds at events and in general at accademic ‘social impact’ events. We hear about them just on slides as numbers or stock images...
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Allison Lubransky-Moy Aug 20
Look at the incredible number of tags added directly to by workshop attendees & delegates. 405 tags added & 59 and languages identified!! 🙌🏽
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