They came from all over Australia, six men and five women with one single purpose – to run across the finish line of the New York City Marathon.
Attendance at school and quality of learning has improved at Galiwin’ku through the Learning on Country program which features grass roots, local language activities.
An Indigenous education program where students can touch, taste, feel and experience traditional culture has been awarded a $454,000 Federal Government grant.
Bangarra’s Beau Dean Riley shares his journey.
For more information or to register: www.indigenoustouchknockout.sportingpulse.net
The Attorney-General and Minister for Indigenous Affairs have released exposure draft legislation and a public consultation paper on native title reforms.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth from around Victoria recently completed the Richmond Emerging Aboriginal Leadership course strengthening their cultural connection and further establishing their education and career pathways.
The health and wellbeing of First Australian teenagers and young adults is the focus of a unique new report.
This workshop is open to anyone in the Central Tablelands.
Best of luck to the 2018 squad of the Indigenous Marathon Project running in the New York Marathon this coming Sunday!
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