Learn about Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples
Introductory resources in this section will help you learn about Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander culture, history and knowledge.
Source: WORD Podcast (Maya Cares)
Auntie Bernice Hookey, Waanyi woman from the Gulf of Carpentaria, founder of MZB Empowerment, shares insights into systemic racism impact on First Nations people.
Source: Indigenous Archives Australia
Indigenous knowledge sources in Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums.
Source: The Guardian
Sarago analyse ‘Too pretty for Aboriginal,’ explores Australian perceptions of beauty.
Map displays Indigenous groups, languages in Australia.
Source: The University of Melbourne
Resources on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures.
Source: Decolonizing solidarity
Book aimed to inspire, and support those who support First Nations struggles.
Source: National NAIDOC Week
Discover annual local NAIDOC events celebrating Indigenous history and culture.
Source: The University of Sydney
Challenging stereotypes about First Nations people through anonymous Q&A video.
Map of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander groups displayed in article.
Source: First Languages Australia
Map highlights Indigenous languages, offers videos and sound resources.
Source: Naragunnawali: Reconcilation in Education
Inclusive guide for respectful language about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Source: The Living Knowledge Place
Community site preserves Aboriginal knowledge for education, cultural survival, and sustainable livelihoods.