It’s NAIDOC Week this week.
NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians from all walks of life.
from the NAIDOC website
Here are just of some of the events we have come across to mark this special occasion.
— ABC Open (@abcopen) July 3, 2013
— Closing the Gap (@indigenous_gov) July 3, 2013
— Reconciliation Aus. (@RecAustralia) July 3, 2013
— SydneyCycleways (@SydneyCycleway) July 1, 2013
— NGV (@ngv_melbourne) July 4, 2013
— SA Museum (@SAMuseum) July 4, 2013
We're extending NAIDOC Week with an inspiring talk by Dr Kevin Vincent Smith about Woollarawarre Bennelong next week. http://t.co/jquNZuOSfa
— City of Canada Bay (@CanadaBay) July 4, 2013
To celebrate NAIDOC week, our Burramatta Family Fun Day will be held on Sunday 14 July, 10am-3pm at Prince Alfred Park
— Parramatta City (@parracity) July 4, 2013
— Queensland Museum (@qldmuseum) July 3, 2013
Aboriginal storytelling, screening of ‘The Sapphires’ + an acoustic pop up concert. Celebrate NAIDOC week with us! http://t.co/j82MLdcOna
— Monash City Council (@MonashCouncil) July 2, 2013