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Black background with blue dots across the top and a multi-coloured logo just below featuring the words Celebrating NAIDOC Week. Below that are the words Because of her, we can - 8-15 July 2018.
Postcard | 9 Nov 2017

As pillars of our society, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have played – and continue to play - active and significant roles at the community, local, state and national levels.

Friendly woman offers a brochure to a client at desk with computer and office content in the background.
Postcard | 22 Jun 2017

New scholarship opportunity from Chief Executive Women for Indigenous women in management roles.

Ashlen Foster-Britton
Postcard | 7 Apr 2015

Be well prepared and enjoy the time you have at school because it goes so fast.

Karen Nangala Woodley and child
Postcard | 9 Feb 2015

Always know and believe that you are infinite and that through hard work and tenacity you can be whatever you want to be.

Todd Fernando
Postcard | 3 Feb 2015

Becoming educated does not mean losing your identity - rather it strengthens who you are, who you can be, and what you can achieve.

Kai Clancy wearing t-shirt and shorts sits on a chair in an open space with tents in the background.
Postcard | 2 Feb 2015

"Looking back I would tell myself to remember that you always have the option to be yourself."

Piece of Aboriginal art
Postcard | 29 Jan 2015

Keep at it.....LISTEN!!!

Kevin Kropinyeri
Postcard | 13 Jun 2013

Chris Sarra is my role model, he’s so driven. He’s making waves in our community and is passionate about improving the lives of our people.

Bryte MC
Postcard | 12 Jun 2013

It’s important to grow up with a positive mindset – to get out of the kind of mindset where you think it’s okay to leave school early.

Postcard | 3 May 2013

My Mother inspires me because she always believes hard work gets you somewhere, no matter how mundane or draining the task can be.

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