Archie Roach AM’s internationally recognised iconic song, Took The Children Away, has been beautifully translated into a picture book with accompanying resources for primary schools. A collection of interviews with Stolen Generations Survivors were created with accompanying resources for secondary school learning on key education themes; Cultural Identity, Stolen Generations, Talking Our Truths & Healing Through Story and Arts.

Singing Our Futures Music Project music was created to allow space for our young peoples and emerging artists to listen, learn and heal through story and music. With Uncle Archie and established musicians mentoring emerging artists and producing a tribute to our Elders, ‘Spiritual Heart’,

Culture is Life acknowledges Uncle Archie for his generosity, passion and dedication to our First Peoples and Stolen Generations survivors, and for all the healing work he has done sharing his song stories and spirit with the world.

We deeply honour the strength, knowledge and wisdom of our Elders who shared their stories in these videos and guided the content to be best delivered and learnt from in schools; Aunty Lorraine Peeters, Aunty Eva Jo Edwards, Uncle Jack Charles, Aunty Iris Bysouth & Uncle Syd Jackson.


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Safe travels to this mob headed to the US for the World Indigenous Suicide Prevention Conference (WISPC) today! ✈️

📸 Hakon Dyrting (2023 Fullaship), Tristan Nelliman-Adams (2024 Fullaship), Bek Lasky (2022 Fullaship), Leyla Quartermaine (2022 Fullaship) and Thara Brown (General Manager (Programs).
We hope you all had a deadly #NAIDOC Week ❤️💛🖤

Let's keep the fire burning and stay blak, loud and proud every day of the year! 🔥
Kicking off #NAIDOC Week 2024 together on #KaurnaCountry 💛
📣 We're so happy to announce, proud Kalkadoon, Pitta Pitta and Bundjalung man, Manny Williams as our new Program Officer (Fullaship).

Manny Williams is one of our inaugural 2022 Fullaship Program alumni. He brings laughs and care to every space he enters, as well as a wealth of knowledge, lived experience and expertise in creating spaces for young mob to grow, learn and thrive. ✨
 
He's already hit the ground running, programming the first intensive for the 2024 Fullaship Program in his first three weeks on the job. A huge congratulations to him on stepping into this role and a successful first intensive of 2024! 👏🏽
Garambi Baanj (Laughing Waters) on Wurundjeri Country for the first intensive of the 2024 #FullashipProgram. 💛
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We believe in the importance of teaching Australian First Nations knowledges and perspectives on connecting to and caring for Country. 👣

If you're a teacher interested in doing this in your classroom check out our 'Teaching First Nations Knowledges & Perspectives' Guide and the Back to Nature education resources. 🧑🏽‍🏫 #LinkInBio

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