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Indigenous Australian

n
(Peoples) Austral another name for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. See Aboriginal
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Nancy and Linda spoke passionately about the centrality of song and dance to their lives as Aboriginal women, Aboriginal people and as an Indigenous Australian community, but also told of their desperate struggle to teach their children and keep culture strong amidst the many obstacles which face people in their community.
This is not only an emotional response to personal loss and the rending of the social fabric of Indigenous Australian communities, though it is that.
Celebrating the Noongar language, this Indigenous Australian themed production (aimed at pre-school and early years children) works well to deliver a community/family approach to exploring Indigenous Australian culture, language, the environment, animals and so much more in a delightfully energetic and fast paced sequence of episodes.
In Australia the prevalence of tobacco use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students is markedly higher than it is among their non-Indigenous counterparts, yet there is little research on the effectiveness of tobacco control and smoking cessation programs among Indigenous Australian youth (Carson et al.
Exploring Texts: Introduce a number of books developed by, or in conjunction with, Indigenous Australian story tellers.
She is a Djaru woman from Australia's East Kimberly who was the first indigenous Australian from Darwin to graduate as a trained nurse, to be employed full time in the tertiary education sector and to gain a Doctorate from Harvard University.
Ian McLean's RATTLING SPEARS: A HISTORY OF INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN ART (Reaktion, $39)--the title alludes to a sound traditionally heard prior to battle--claims to be the first "art- historical narrative" of indigenous Australian art, arguably the world's oldest uninterrupted visual culture.
Activities on the night included trying out their skills playing the didgeridoo, listening to indigenous Australian music and also creating their own indigenous Australian art work.
The story is written by two acclaimed Indigenous Australian authors, both of whom have received Australian literary awards for their contribution to children's literature.
There is Lionel Fogarty, whose postsurrealist poems incorporate words and phrases of his native Murri and pidgin English to create a linguistic portrait of the indigenous Australian conscience.
While we will not repeat them here, we have seen all of these factors play a role in the context of Indigenous Australian's mental health issues.
Seeding Success in Indigenous Australian Higher Education

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