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Celebrating NAIDOC week in Casino NSW

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The Casino West Public School community recently came together as one, to celebrate NAIDOC Week. This year's theme was "Spirit of the Tent Embassy - 40 years on".

The theme celebrates the champions who established the Tent Embassy to renew the spirit of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. They said, "To move foward we must acknowledge our...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 July 2012 11:37

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Share a Dream through Dreambox during NAIDOC week

milawanga sandyStory and image supplied by Kelly-Ann Brent

To celebrate NAIDOC week (1st – 8th July) ABC Open is asking people all across Australia to share a dream from indigenous Australia.

How it works:

Over the past year ABC Open has been collecting the dreams of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders from photo booths all around the country for our online gallery DreamBox.

We asked...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 July 2012 11:36

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