Tasmanian Government is proposing changes to the Aboriginal Lands Act 1995.
Some of the proposals will drastically change the way land is managed, who and how we elect the council members for the Aboriginal Lands Council Tasmania, and how land is returned.
Government wants any lands handed back to us to go to organisations away from
managers are experienced and have the deep knowledge and expertise to care for
our country and its resources.
Aboriginal people can access Aboriginal land. This will ...
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Examiner newspaper, 21 January 2022
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Watch Daisy Allan give this powerful Welcome to Country in palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines at the opening of MONA FOMA, Launceston
Daisy was thrilled to speak palawa kani to open Mona Foma Music and Arts Festival. "It was an honour to speak at the same event as such incredible artists performing in Indigenous languages, Jeremy Dutcher and Australian band Ripple Effect".
All Lives Will Matter When Black Lives Matter
Protest Gathering: Franklin Square 5.30 pm today
Aborigines and our supporters will today stand in solidarity with the Warlpiri of Yuendumu and all other Aboriginal communities in Australia who have lost loved ones in the ongoing war between Australia and Aboriginal people.
The CEO of the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, Heather Sculthorpe, said, “Australia still has blood on its hands. From the dispossession of our people to the latest police shooting of an Aboriginal teenager in ...
nipaluna/Hobart Language Day 2019
nipaluna/Hobart Language Day was held at Parliament lawns nipaluna (Hobart) on Saturday March 30.
The theme was 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages. Over 300 people attended.
palawa kani activities were: Opening - Daisy Allan, milaythina-mana Dewayne Everettsmith,
kanaplila luna Women's Dances, Sharing Aboriginal place names - June Sculthorpe;
& Hands-on workshops throughout the day: rri karati-ti Hands in friendship
- ochre handprints on a banner for International Indigenous Languages Year,
rayakana nipaluna song + kanalaritja kitina stringing a shell bracelet with Rosetta Thomas and Tessa Atto,
and truwuta ...