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Literacy for Life Sep 4
It's . Pls retweet to support 176 adult students that have learnt to read and write. This year we hope to help number 200!
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Alison Whittaker Sep 4
If you're short on 💸 or your local is sold out, are giving away copies of BLAKWORK for !
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Indi Kindi Sep 4
Storytelling and the oral tradition is just as important as reading books. We love to share stories
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Amy Coopes Sep 4
Too many incredible Indigenous writers to name this but here are some of my favourites: Alexis Wright, Ellen van Neerven, Tara June Winch, , , , , , , , ,
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Bridgid Cowling Sep 5
Celebrated with my colleagues. We discussed ‘Growing up Aboriginal in Australia’ at our Reconciliation Book Club. Thanks to for such a powerful anthology and to all the contributors to the book for their generosity and honesty.
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Jessica Currie🌈 Sep 4
Great timing on this tweet as I listen to ‘Australia’s Oprah’ deliver one heck of a presentation (20mins in rhyme!) on stage at ’s professional staff conference. Can’t wait to read ‘Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia’. 🖤💛❤️
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Bronwyn Fredericks Sep 4
Great seeing on breakfast this morning talking about the & the launch of the DEADLY SISTERS OF WORAWA To participante & donate to the see 👈🏽
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DollywoodFdn-UK Aug 16
On 8 September 2018, International Literacy Day will be celebrated around the world with the theme ‘Literacy and skills development’. Some of our affiliates are planning events to tie in with this special day. How will you be celebrating?
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Claire G. Coleman Sep 4
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Tonile Wortley Sep 4
Today I dusted off my bookselling skills for a wonderful cause and it was excellent
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UQP Sep 4
Happy ! To show our support for the and their important work nurturing readers in remote communities, UQP will donate a book for every like and retweet of this post. Help fill some bookshelves and share the reading love across Australia! 📚☺️
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Kate Cuthbert 📚 Sep 4
Happy Indigenous Literacy Day! I'm filling a bookshelf, because reading changes lives. You can help! Each donation goes to new, carefully chosen books for those who don't have any. Thanks!
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USAID Rwanda Sep 7
. MD Leslie Marbury and launching the Rwanda’s National Literacy Month. The U.S. government through USAID is helping Rwandans build a culture of reading in their communities & schools through & project
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USAID Mureke Dusome Sep 2
🤩 📺 HAPPENING NOW: Turn to Dusangire Ijambo Show on Rwanda TV to hear the special guests announce the International Literacy Day celebration activities taking place on Friday!! 📝📚
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Writing NSW Sep 4
It's Indigenous Literacy Day! To celebrate, we're giving away a copy of Blakwork by . To enter, like or retweet by 4pm!
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Sydney Roosters 🏆 Aug 29
The Sydney Roosters are proud to support The Indigenous Literacy Foundation. For the month of September, sign up to FILL A BOOKSHELF for children in a remote community, because literacy changes lives. Sign up at
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Language on the Move Sep 3
RT : Indigenous Literacy Day is approaching (5 Sept)! celebrate ILD with because every child in Australia deserves equal access to education / books. You can help close the literacy gap by signing up to FILL A BOOKSHELF at
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One More Page Sep 4
In honour of Indigenous Literacy Day, in today’s episode we are celebrating Australia’s wonderful Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kids’ book creators. Liz talks to and in Kids Capers, 11 y.o Eva talks to creator Gregg Dreise about his books
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Rwanda Reads Sep 7
"During this day I encourage each of you to become inspired and continue to work to promote literacy in Rwanda" - Director General of REB
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Louise Sherwin-Stark Sep 4
The great book swap/book sale is on at Kent Street now. Raising funds and promoting reading for and the .
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