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Anonymous child artist, The golden road, c. 1949. Pastel on paper, 280 x 385 mm. From the Herbert Mayer Collection of Carrolup Art, reproduced with permission of the Carrolup Elders Reference Group

Koolark koort koorliny: reconciliation, art and storytelling in an Australian Aboriginal community

20 Jun 2017

In Nyungar Country, in the south-west corner of Western Australia, reconciliation has taken a significant step forward as the whole community expe­riences the healing effect of the Carrolup artworks.

Gugu Badhun people and authors at the book launch in Townsville.

Gugu Badhun: People of the Valley of Lagoons launched

6 Jun 2017

Gugu Badhun: People of the Valley of Lagoons by Yvonne Cadet-James, Robert Andrew James, Sue McGinty and Russell McGregor was launched today at the AIATSIS National Native Title Conference 2017.

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Our land is our birth right: #MABO25 and Beyond

2 Jun 2017

The AIATSIS National Native Title Conference 2017, co-convened with the North Queensland Land Council (NQLC), kicks off Monday 5 June, on the traditional lands of the Gurambilbarra Wulgurukaba people, in Townsville, Queensland. It will be attended by over 750 native title stakeholders from across the country.

Aunty Celia Smith and Granny Monsell campaigning, Brisbane, 1967 (June Bond Collection, AIATSIS)

’67 Referendum website Right Wrongs launched

31 May 2017

The Right Wrongs interactive website, a partnership project between the ABC, NSLA and AIATSIS, launched Monday 29 May, 2017.

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