Naidoc Week 2022 | Phoenix Support For Educators

Naidoc Week 2022
July 3- 10 2022


National NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia in the first week of July each year (Sunday to Sunday), to celebrate and recognise the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC Week is an opportunity for all Australians to learn about First Nations cultures and histories and participate in celebrations of the oldest, continuous living cultures on earth. You can support and get to know your local Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander communities through activities and events held across the country.  (NAIDOC Week | NAIDOC)

To honour NAIDOC celebrations across Australia, we have put together a list of resources researched by our senior facilitator, Tara Hill.


2022 NAIDOC WEEK THEME: Get up! Stand up! Show up!



Multimedia

 
 
Footlights & Booklights: Our Home Our Heartbeat read by Adam Briggs

Adapted from his hit song 'The Children Came Back', listen to the multi-talented Briggs read his debut children’s book 'Our Home, Our Heartbeat'. Featuring past and present Indigenous legends, this book is a joyous celebration of the oldest continuous culture on earth and its next generation.


Books for Children

Miimi Marraal, Mother Earth
Melissa Greenwood

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Welcome to Country 
Aunty Joy Murphy and Lisa Kennedy

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Ceremony: Welcome to Country
 Adam Goodes and Ellie Laing, Illustrated by David Hardy

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Somebody’s Land: Welcome to Our Country
Adam Goodes and Ellie Laing, Illustrated by David Hardy

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Our Home Our Heartbeat
Adam Briggs

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Found
Bruce pasco

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Brother Moon
Maree McCarthy Yoelu

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Young Dark Emu
Bruce Pasco

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Finding our heart
 Thomas Mayor

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Bindi
Kirli Saunders

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Sorry Day
Coral Vass & Dub Leffler

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Books for Educators

Homeland Calling: Words from a New Generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voices 
Ellen van Neerven

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Australia Day 
Stan Grant

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Finding the Heart of the Nation: Journey of the Uluru Statement Towards Voice, Treaty and Truth 
Thomas Mayor

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Dark Emu 
Bruce Pascoe

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Warndu Mai (Good Food) 
Damien Coulthard

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Kindred
Kirli Saunders

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Living on Stolen Land 
Ambelin Kwaymullina

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Welcome to Country
Marcia Langton

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A1 fold AIATSIS map Indigenous Australia Map

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Bush Tukka Guide 

SAMANTHA MARTIN

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TOTES (The Online Teacher's and Educator's Symposium)

TOTE'S Resources

We have the following resources currently available in our Symposium:

  • Making Cultural Connections with Cecelia Wright and Jackie Bennet

  • Reconciliation Action Plans with Zoe from Narragunnawali

  • Cultural Inclusion- Raindrops of diversity

Access TOTE'S here

The word ‘play’ must be seen to be equal among agendas
Written by Marc Armitage