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Kahnawake commemorates residential schools on Orange Shirt Day

Kakaionstha Betty Deer, 78, is one of the survivors of what were known as the Indian (Aboriginal) residential schools, which were in use in Canada from 1837 to 1996. 414 more words


Kayang & Me, Kim Scott and Hazel Brown

Kim Scott’s writing over a number of books is a voyage of discovery of his antecedents as a Noongar man, that is of the Indigenous people of Western Australia’s… 1,432 more words


Gin Links

Be you an aging Aboriginal, Bioengineer or a complete virgin in the world of Gins… or maybe you are ed… 75 more words


Gallery: Aboriginal interpretive trail opens at MacDonald Island Park

The TOTAL Aboriginal Interpretive Trail, an 1,100-metre trail connecting C.A. Knight Way and the Athabasca and Clearwater rivers.., is lined with seven public art installations created by aboriginal artists, with themes central to their culture. 770 more words

Photo of the Week

There are times when a shovel just won’t cut it. Some areas have high potential for deep sedimentation. When this occurs archaeologists will turn to other methods to look for sites and for buried paleosols. 32 more words


Violence Begets Violence: Resource Extraction/Development & Violence Against Indigenous Women

I grew up on a dirt road and I would kick rocks all up and down that road on my way to and from school. That road is now paved. 2,200 more words

"Living Traces" offers an international vision for North Parramatta heritage site

Thanks to the vision and passionate commitment of artist Bonney Djuric, the current exhibition Living Traces – a Parragirls artist book and print exhibition – is giving us a glimpse of possibilities both poignant and beautiful. 1,518 more words

Western Sydney Arts