Kimberley artist shares culture and traditional beliefs

[by Xenica Ayling]

Yorna is the chairman of the Mowanjum Artists Spirit of the Wandjina Aboriginal Corporation, and he reached world-wide acclaim when his giant Namaralay Wandjina featured in the opening ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

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Champions back new funding initiative for Lockhart River

[by Christine Howes]

Puuya Foundation Chair Dottie Hobson said the State Government’s approval of funding for the pilot ‘Indigenous Futures: Social Investment Partnership Fund’ in Lockhart River had initially been delayed by Coronavirus restrictions, which delayed the State and Federal budgets.

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Always was and always will be Aboriginal water

[Scott Hamilton and Prof Stuart Kells, Uni Melbourne]

If we really care about closing the gap and achieving reconciliation, then we need a serious, fulsome discussion about Indigenous water rights and Indigenous Voice in water management.

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First Nations advocate takes her place on the world stage

[Louise Crossen, Griffith News]

Human rights lawyer Sasha Purcell (Whaleboat) is one step closer to realising her dream of advocating for her people at the United Nations – winning a Fulbright scholarship to study a Master of Laws at New York University.

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