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Yr 9 IDU Humanities & English

Rabbit Proof Fence

Dingo Fence

Article by Stuart Doran ANZ Points of View Reference Centre

Further Library resources

Banjo Morton

Banjo Morton

The multi-media website ‘Banjo Morton: the untold story’ dives deep into the historic 1949 and 2009 Alyawarra walk offs in the Northern Territory, led by stockman and community leader, Banjo Petyarre Morton. Using original footage, photographs, and voice recordings this site gives viewers remarkable access to what happened, why, and the political repercussions. 

Aboriginal Change Makers : stories of Aboriginal self-determination and empowerment.

Aboriginal Change Makers is a teaching resource for Victorian schools that presents amazing stories of political and social activity, self-determination and empowerment. Also has information and links to videos about life on the missions.

Aboriginal Change Makers

Australian History Mysteries


Websites: massacres

Life on the Mission

National Indigenous Times

 News website. The NIT is a 100% Indigenous-owned business, offering rigorous and fearless reporting on the issues that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Politics, social issues, fashion, art, sports and business are some of the topics covered. 


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice 

In 2023, Australians will have their say in a referendum on whether to update the Constitution to include an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament. The Voice will be an independent, representative advisory body for First Nations people. It will provide a permanent means to advise the Australian Parliament and Government on the views of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on matters that affect them.

Black Like me


Christian  Missions and indigenous Australians (8 mins)