Australian Aboriginal culture

Aboriginal culture in Australia is not easy to discover. For a long time it wasn’t taught at school, no wonder only 35% of Australians believe they have a high level of knowledge about Aboriginal culture [1].

I think anybody who does a course on Aboriginal culture just sees Australia so differently. It's very enlightening and gives another dimension to being Australian.—Anna Bell, co-ordinator Aboriginal Support Group Manly Warringah Pittwater [3]

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“The Australian Dream—we are better than this!”

Watch Aboriginal journalist Stan Grant’s landmark speech where he dissects the Australian Dream from an Aboriginal perspective, concluding: “We’re better than this!”

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Footnotes

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[1] Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2008, comparative report p.21
[2] 'Riding The Black Cockatoo', John Danalis, Allen & Unwin, p.194
[3] 'Protecting a rich heritage', Peninsula Living, 2/2010 p.14
[4] 'Time to heal rifts of past', Koori Mail 412 p.10

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