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Lighting the way: reconciliation stories by A collection of stories about individual and community acts of reconciliation, it is honest and engaging, and shows what reconciliation means and why so many Australians wish to achieve it. This book reveals Australia for all that it is, has been and can be.
Call Number: 305.89915 JOH
Publication Date: 2002
The Little Red Yellow Black Book by An in-depth introduction to Australia's rich, indigenous culture, this pocket-sized guide is an invaluable resource for learning about the 60,000-year-old history of the country, the content is written by indigenous people and follows their cultural protocols and ethics.
Call Number: 305.89915 LIT
Publication Date: 2009
Speaking from the Heart by Eighteen Aboriginal Australians from across the country each share a powerful story which is central to their own lives, and/or to their family, community or country. Stories which provide readers with a very personal picture of the history, culture and contemporary experience of Aboriginal Australia.
Call Number: 305.89915 SPE
Publication Date: 2007
2021 State of Reconciliation in Australia report
AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia
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