On the fifth day of NAIDOC week we celebrate Aboriginal English. For those Aboriginal people whose traditional language no longer survive or are no longer strong, Aboriginal English plays an important role in our Aboriginal identity. Even those of us... More
Can you believe it is day three of NAIDOC week? To celebrate today I will share with you the Aboriginal language map…(you can find: interactive map here and downloadable map click here). How amazing is that? Over 250+ languages with... More
To help celebrate the second day of NAIDOC week (2nd July-9th July) I want to share with you some of the benefits of knowing more than one language. For all you mob who might speak two or more languages, or for all you mob... More
To celebrate the first day of NAIDOC week (July 2-9), our strength and culture, I would like to share with you some Jaru and Kija words from my mob up in the Kimberley. Kural- mother Wanyanyakim- children Gungayi/jaja/ojoo- grandmother/grandfather/grandparents Nupper- water... More
NAIDOC week is only a week away… if you haven’t thought about how you will celebrate and reflect on this years theme “Our Languages Matter” here are the top 10 ideas from http://www.naidoc.org.au/celebrating-naidoc-week/ : Listen to Indigenous musicians or watch a movie about... More
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