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WARNING: Visitors should be aware that this exhibition includes images and names of deceased people that may cause sadness or distress to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.


Collaborating for Indigenous Rights

The 15 years from the late 1950s to the early 1970s was a time of unusual collaboration between black and white activists in Australia. Explore the campaigns waged in postwar Australia to overturn discriminatory laws and expose racism.

From Little Things Big Things Grow: Fighting for Indigenous Rights 1920-1970

This exhibition tells the largely unknown story of activists who fought together for justice and equal rights for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Papunya Painting: Out of the Desert

An online exhibition of Western Desert works from the National Museum's unique collection, with insights into their history and significance

Indigenous Australia education resources

Indigenous collection highlights

Constitutional recognition - so what audio?

Mal Brough, Professor Garth Nettheim and Alison Page debate whether recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the Australian constitution will make a meaningful difference to Indigenous peoples' lives

Other websites

ATSIC

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission website as archived by PANDORA on 06 Jan 2006

Bringing them home: The 'Stolen Children' report

Read the full 1997 report and related resources on the Australian Human Rights Commission website

The Koori Mail

Online national Indigenous, Aboriginal-owned and self-funded newspaper

National Gallery of Australia Indigenous collections

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies

Information about the cultures and lifestyles of Indigenous peoples, with online publications and collections

The Koori History website

A comprehensive Indigenous history education archive resource website developed by Australian Indigenous activist Gary Foley

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