What NAIDOC Week means to me

What NAIDOC Week means to me

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Tyrone Tramby
I like marching in the NAIDOC parade and having fun during the day. I also like making cards, necklaces, and paintings for my brothers and sisters during NAIDOC week.


Amarii Canendo
I love making the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags, doing paintings, creating necklaces, and listening to stories from my dad.


Corbyn Ghee
I like walking down the road with my cousin, and having fun all day.


Shaniqua Humes
I like making stuff during NAIDOC week like cards for my parents, and going for a walk in the park with my sister, Angel.

EllerEller Johnson
I like when I go to East Shores and do Aboriginal dances with my cousins, aunties, and uncles. I always meet my friends during NAIDOC week, and I like holding the Aboriginal flag.


Juliri Johnson
When people join in NAIDOC week, it teaches them how our culture works. That’s how people can learn about our culture.

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