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Yalmay Yunupingu: Teach our kids in their native language and you’ll see them grow and blossom

Yalmay YunupinguFirst Nations languages will not survive if English is pushed throughout communities as the exclusive language in Australia.

Languages and language restoration academics and linguists argue the loss of one's mother tongue or that of their parents is the loss of a significant part of their identity and they argue this would lead to the death of Culture. Some argue the push for English and the...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 06:53

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Proud Gamilaraay woman, Anne honoured with prestigious award

Education picIn recognition of her outstanding contribution to the education and wellbeing of Aboriginal people in NSW, Anne Dennis a proud Gamilaraay women from Walgett has been honoured with the Director's Meritorious Award at the TAFE NSW Gili Awards.

Anne is an elected councillor for the NSW Aboriginal Lands Council, the chairperson of TAFE Western's Aboriginal Community Reference Group and Management Committee...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 September 2014 08:49

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