[email protected] is the first Aboriginal person to serve in the NSW Parliament & the first Aboriginal woman to serve in the House of Representatives. She has dedicated her life to helping others & fighting for equality #BecauseOfHerWeCan #NAIDOC2018
ICYMI: To celebrate #NAIDOC2018 & the theme, #BecauseOfHerWeCan @NITV invited people to nominate stories of the extraordinary women making an impact of their communities & to all those around them |.
Lovely to catch up with Aunty Pam at last night’s National #NAIDOC2018 Awards! #BecauseOfHerWeCan.
Congratulations to all the winners at last night’s National #NAIDOC2018 Awards- in particular, Person of the Year, June Oscar & Lifetime Achievement recipient Pat Anderson. Both are inspiring, courageous women that I’ve been lucky enough to interview on @NITV! #BecauseOfHerWeCan.
Good morning, @nat_ahmat from @NITV here. Excited to be tweeting from IndigenousX today for #NAIDOC2018 !.
Patricia Anderson AO wins Lifetime Achievement Award #NAIDOC2018.
The 2018 National NAIDOC Artist of the Year is Adam @Briggs - a pioneer of the Australian hip hop scene. #NAIDOC2018.
Festivities are well underway at the NAIDOC Awards! #NAIDOC2018 LIVE on NITV (Ch. 34) from 7:30pm!.
Professor Marion Kickett is a Noongar woman from the Balardong language group, and the deadly Director of the Centre for Aboriginal Studies at @CurtinUni 👊🏽 What a fantastic Indigenous academic woman and role model in education ✨ #BecauseOfHerWeCan #naidoc2018.
Very privileged to be in Sydney for the national NAIDOC awards. #NAIDOC2018 #greens.
Today’s #NAIDOC2018 spotlight features our CEO Ms Karen Mundine - a Bundjalung woman from northern NSW who has been instrumental in some of Australia’s watershed national events: #BecauseofHerWeCan.
#NAIDOC2018 #BecauseOfHerWeCan: Yvonne Koolmatrie has woven a map of her Country, the Coorong, using the Ngarrindjeri coil and bundle technique. Koolmatrie has inspired countless Aboriginal women throughout Australia to master the customary practice of weaving..
#NAIDOC2018 shout out to my amazing colleague @isabellahiggins ... important to highlight our contemporaries as well as leaders. So inspired by Bella’s wisdom, positivity and empathy. Working with another Indigenous woman in our @abcnews team has been so meaningful! 🖤❤️💛.
When I think of leaders in academia I can’t go past the vibrant @drcbond whos ‘good in the hood’ presentation at the recent Teaching While Black symposium was incredible 🙌🏽 Dr Bond is a deadly woman who inspires me #becauseofherwecan @UQPoche #naidoc2018.
We all know that work for the dole schemes are a scam. The Community Development Program is a scam that’s on racist steroids. More info here: #NAIDOC2018.
Are you a non-Indigenous member of a union? Round out #NAIDOC2018 by joining the First Nations Workers Alliance as an ally member. Your fee will help fight the CDP, an ‘employment’ program that robs Indigenous workers of equal pay and workplace rights:.
It was awesome to meet (in person) this inspiring young scholar @AmyThunig who is doing fabulous research on Indigenous women in academia. I look forward to hearing more about her work and following her today on @IndigenousX #NAIDOC2018 #BecauseOfHerWeCan.
Blak women still experience issues of invisibility in the day-to-day. The #NAIDOC2018 theme is also about holding those attitudes to account #IndigenousX .
Time to get makeup ready for the @naidocweek national awards here in Sydney. Can’t wait to celebrate the magnificent contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all communities 🖤💛❤️#naidoc2018 #marngrook.
Before serving as a Minister in the NT Government & the Senate, @Malarndirri19 was a Walkey nominated journalist. Malandirri is a storyteller & a trailblazer who continues to drive change & empower young people – particularly young Indigenous women #BecauseOfHerWeCan #NAIDOC2018.
Feminists have heard of Greer, but what about trailblazer Moreton-Robinson? writes @NatalieCromb #NAIDOC2018 #BecauseOfHerWeCan.
[email protected] is the first Aboriginal person to serve in the NSW Parliament & the first Aboriginal woman to serve in the House of Representatives. She has dedicated her life to helping others & fighting for equality #BecauseOfHerWeCan #NAIDOC2018.
Reflect and respect. ✊ #NAIDOC2018 Understand:.
Pearl Gibbs fought tirelessly for the rights and protection of women and children living in Government reserves. She helped organise the 1983 Day of Mourning and served as the Vice President of the Aboriginal-Australian Fellowship. #BecauseOfHerWeCan #NAIDOC2018.
Alice Springs raises Aboriginal flag for the first time as #NAIDOC2018 celebrations get underway. via @abcnews.
Courtney Ugle, a Noongar woman from Bunbury, loved football so much that every weekend, she’d catch a bus 200 kilometres to play. She taught @CSQuartermaine a lot about being a role model and pushing through adversity. #NAIDOC2018 #Becauseofherwecan.