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Farewell Uncle Jimmy Little

james henry_and_the_original_jimmy_little_trioBy National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

Australia's first Aboriginal pop songman Jimmy Little was farewelled in a moving public ceremony last Thursday that began with a smoking ceremony by Uncle Max Eulo on the forecourt of the Sydney Opera House.

 

With Uncle Jimmy's family on the Concert Hall stage, his...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 May 2012 12:39

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Battle continues to preserve, promote Aboriginal languages

aunty marg_iselin_language_dictionaryResearchers, teachers and students passionate about preserving, promoting and understanding Aboriginal languages met at a UQ-hosted conference recently.

Held at the Moreton Bay Research Station on North Stradbroke Island last month, the 11th Australian Languages Workshop was attended by approximately 50 participants.

The first day focused on...

 

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