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Teaching Australia’s truth is an opportunity for all young people – Hayley McQuire, Indigenous X Opinion on The Guardian

Some will say that it’s too political, but right now is an opportunity for everyone to back the proposed change in the school curriculum. Read More

Environmentally friendly mural encourages conversation about Blak history – Rachael Knowles, National Indigenous Times

Gumbaynggirr artist and activist, Aretha Brown has collaborated with Converse to create a mural in Collingwood that pays homage to Aboriginal Elders and entices conversation around urban Aboriginality and identity. Read More.

‘We’re ecstatic’: Indigenous educators welcome proposed changes to educational curriculum – Sarah Collard, NITV News

Indigenous advocates are welcoming proposed changes to kids learning in a bid to make it more ‘inclusive’ and recognise the impacts of colonisation on First Nations peoples. Read More

A farce’: Federal education minister’s views on draft curriculum slammed – Keira Jenkins, NITV News

First Nations education bodies say they’re “disappointed” by Alan Tudge’s comments on the draft national curriculum, which he says presents a “negative view of history”. Read More

Australia’s school curriculum: what are the proposed changes, and what’s the fuss about ‘invasion’? – Naaman Zhou, The Guardian

The education minister has criticised references to colonisation. But are the revisions so different from what is currently taught? Read More

How to listen and learn from Indigenous children in order to help them – Alexis Moran, ABC

At the time of filming In My Blood It Runs, Dujuan Hoosan was just 10 years old, but he could see how the education system did not value his cultural knowledge.. Read More

Why aren’t we learning our truth?

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