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The Kimberley – Geikie Gorge and Broome

What is wonderful about the Kimberley is the things that are hidden. The landscape is amazing, from ancient scraggy rock karst in beautiful ombré red tones to the flat sandy grasslands, now golden and baked under the sun. 1,841 more words


8 ways of Aboriginal Learning

The 8 ways of Aboriginal learning is a fantastic resource for teachers who have aboriginal students in their classroom and are looking for a way to engage them in the curriculum, but it is more than that, the holistic approach that encompasses the 8 ways is beneficial for all students across all curriculums. 87 more words

8 Ways

Justice comes 150 years after war hangings of B.C. aboriginal chiefs

WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. – Grand Chief Ed John was a young lawyer when he spoke more than 30 years ago at the University of Victoria’s new law-school building named after Matthew Begbie, British Columbia’s hanging judge. 721 more words


'Buroinjin' a traditional Aboriginal game has inspired students to raise awareness of Indigenous youth suicide

It is called ‘buroinjin’, a traditional Aboriginal game of handball. Former sports stars have teamed up with some Canberra students to help raise awareness of Indigenous youth suicide. 21 more words

The Forgotten Coup

Source: Counter Punch, by JOHN PILGER, 10/23/2014

How America and Britain Crushed the Government of Their “Ally” Australia

Across the political and media elite in Australia, a silence has descended on the memory of the great, reforming prime minister Gough Whitlam, who has died. 404 more words


Another death in custody adds fuel to protests

A 31-year-old Aboriginal man has died in a Perth prison, as hundreds rally around the Australia to protest another Western Australian death in custody.

The deaths both happened within the last 3 months. 398 more words