Aboriginal newsletters you should subscribe to

Browse a selection of newsletters and mailing lists posting about Aboriginal culture and Aboriginal events.

Aboriginal Australian press clippings

Stay up-to-the-minute with Aboriginal affairs as reported by Australia’s print media, radio and TV by subscribing to this free service. You will get between 8 and 15 clippings a day.

This is perfect to subscribe to temporarily just before you visit Australia, or for longer if you need press clippings for your work.

Contact Trudy Bray who is managing the distribution list.

Trudy writes: “These postings are provided to the individual members of the group without permission from the copyright owners, for purposes of criticism, comment, scholarship and research under the “fair use” provisions of the Federal copyright laws.”

Discussion group: RecOzNet2

Recoznet The RecOzNet2 mailing list is a platform for debate and activism around reconciliation between immigrant Australian settlers and Aboriginal peoples.

Subscribe by visiting this site: au.groups.yahoo.com/group/recoznet2.

WGAR newsletter

WGAR (Working Group for Aboriginal Rights) in Australia offers a free newsletter, WGAR News.

WGAR News monitors the media, including alternative media, focusing on the Northern Territory intervention, the Aboriginal sovereignty movement, Aboriginal rights issues and upcoming Aboriginal rights events around Australia.

The newsletter publishes links to a wide range of sources including media releases, opinion pieces, news items, audio, videos and events.

Subscribers can expect to receive about one email a day. To subscribe, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and include the words “subscribe WGAR News” in the message header.

Check out a sample WGAR newsletter.

Black Book

The Black Book The Black Book is a directory of more than 2,700 Aboriginal people and organisations working in the arts, media and cultural industries.

You can search by state, nation or language group, name and category. A national calendar of Aboriginal events is also offered.

A monthly newsletter, Black Mail, offers an overview of what’s on Australia-wide, job and training offers, and features one entry of their directory.

Subscribe by visiting www.theblackbook.com.au.

German newsletter: Australien-Info

This free weekly German-language newsletter about Australia targets mainly travellers going to Australia. It covers travel news, economics, current events, weather and suggests books and TV programmes.

Most articles have links to the website of the service offered or other web-based resources. Australien-Info exists since November 1997 and is published by the DLP Software and Reiseservice GmbH.

Homepage: www.australien-info.de
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