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Anniversary of the 1967 Referendum

Anniversary of the 1967 Referendum

On 27 May 1967, Australians voted ‘yes’ change the Constitution so that, like all other Australians, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples would be counted as part of the population and the Commonwealth would be able to make laws ‘for’... More

National Sorry Day

National Sorry Day

We take the time on this post to acknowledge and commemorate the upcoming National Sorry Day on 26th May each year. This is a day to remember the removal of Aboriginal children from their families and communities. A chance to... More

National Close The Gap Day

National Close The Gap Day

Australians can show their support for closing the gaps between First Nations health outcomes and those Australians not of First Nations descent each year on National Close the Gap Day on the third Thursday in March. By celebrating and supporting... More

Ochre Ribbon Week

Ochre Ribbon Week

February 10, 2023

This week we commemorate Ochre Ribbon Week. Did you know Australian First Nations cultures are the oldest continuous cultures in the world? That there are many First Nations role models and leaders showcasing our intergenerational strength and resilience? But there... More

Survival Day, Invasion Day and Australia Day

Survival Day, Invasion Day and Australia Day

On January 26th we invite you to read our books, and other books by First Nations authors and illustrators, to broaden your view and deepen your understanding. Each of our books (Black Cockatoo, Tracks of the Missing and My Deadly... More

NAIDOC 2023 Activities

NAIDOC 2023 Activities

We are excited to share some NAIDOC 2023 activity ideas to get you started thinking about how you will celebrate in July 2023. Home Read First Nations books – see our NAIDOC book list here. Our books are perfect for... More

NAIDOC 2023 Book Recommendations

NAIDOC 2023 Book Recommendations

Welcome to our post with some NAIDOC 2023 Book Recommendations! The NAIDOC theme of “For Our Elders” is a powerful one. The role that First Nations Elders play in community is important in sharing and continuing connection to culture, language,... More

NAIDOC 2023- For Our Elders

NAIDOC 2023- For Our Elders

NAIDOC 2023- For Our Elders Our Elders are a fundamental part of communities- knowledge, culture, language, Law. They are the leaders and the changemakers. They help younger ones hold onto their culture, language, knowledge of Country and histories. Our Elders-... More

Tracks of the Missing Ebook

Tracks of the Missing Ebook

We are so excited that there is an ebook version of Tracks of the Missing available for you to download from your favourite ebook store onto your favourite ebook device.! Kindle Amazon Kobo Books Booktopia Apple Books Looking for a hard... More

Aboriginal Authors 2022

Aboriginal Authors 2022

There are some pretty deadly First Nations authors who have forged the way for years, others finding their place in the publishing industry and Australian literary landscape. I explore some of them below. Some of the deadly authors we have... More