Kamilaroi


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Kamilaroi

(ˈkæmələrɔɪ)
n
(Languages) an Australian Aboriginal language formerly used in NW New South Wales
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Kamilaroi and Kurnai ; Group-Marriage and Relationship, and Marriage by Elopement Drawn Chiefly from the Usage of the Australian Aborigines also the Kurnai Tribe, Their Customs in Peace and War.
Weston said the Healing Foundation had worked with stolen generations members and Kamilaroi woman Tania Thomas, an expert in embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture into school curriculum, to produce resources to help schools teach stolen generations history.
Jane Dooley is a proud Kamilaroi woman and PhD candidate at Deakin University, Geelong, Victoria, with degrees in contemporary arts (visual art) and education.
The town operates as the governance centre of the Walgett Shire, and is served by railway lines as well as the Kamilaroi and Castlereagh highways linking it to larger centres in the north, east and south.
Tirza, a US based Nanny of the Maroons scholar of Jamaican heritage, and Denzel, a First Nation Kamilaroi scholar from Australia, critically interrogated the inadequacy of academia to facilitate our scholarship and efforts to interrogate the dynamics of exclusion and alienation in claiming our rightful place within academia.
Abstract: The Kamilaroi people and their neighbours, the Euahlayi, Ngemba and Murrawarri, are an Aboriginal cultural grouping located in north-west and north central New South Wales.
A third leader, Tony Dreise; a Kamilaroi (*Gum-ill-roy*) man from eastern Australia, PhD scholar and educational policy adviser talked of the ingenuity and enterprise of the mission life of his mother's childhood.
She identifies with the Kamilaroi from Northern NSW and Wakka Wakka from Queensland.
Mathews RH (1903a) Languages of the Kamilaroi and other Aboriginal tribes of New South Wales.
The Kamilaroi Nursing Home, located next to Lane Cove Public School, now also put their scraps in the school compost.