Last week I set out on a journey to get more involved in NAIDOC week and our Indigenous community on campus. Instead of writing up an article like I normally would, I decided to venture into the world of vlogging to give my perspective on the week and how I interacted with it.
The Loop - Posted by Chelsea Groth
In 1925 an Aboriginal ‘man wrote from a far-back settlement, asking that someone should come and tell them about the “Freedom Club”’ (Macleay Chronicle, 19 August 1925). The man was clearly inspired with hope and enthusiasm as a result of the announcement of the formation in Sydney of the Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association (AAPA) in 1924. The AAPA is today recognized as the first modern united all-Aboriginal political organization to form in Australia.
Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences - Posted by Professor John Maynard
This blog is based on research that I’ve been doing on the history of Australian women’s experiences of the Great War, as part of my NSW Centenary of Anzac Commemoration History Fellowship. It’s where I will be posting stories about different individual women whose stories of life during WWI have captured my imagination. I think these stories deserve to be shared more widely.
ANZAC:Her Story - Posted by Professor Victoria Haskins
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.