So it’s mid-week of NAIDOC week, and the social media buzz for NAIDOC is about what is happening locally around the country. Taken & shared via Instagram by @M4trisse at Tjapukai‘s 2012 NAIDOC Day in Cairns, North Queensland Today from our Deadly Bloggers, Mark Mullins commemorates NAIDOC week by exploring the art and culture of Read More

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Yesterday I talked about NAIDOC posts by Anita Heiss and BlondeInk. Inspired by my daily interviews on ABC’s Radio NAIDOC this week, I put out a challenge to all the deadly bloggers for a NAIDOC post. I’m happy to report that I have a few new posts to report.Today, Lluwannee George, whose Tumblr blog normally Read More

Even though they’re technically “posts”, this week I’m on the hunt for #NAIDOCBlogs. I’ll be on ABC Digital – NAIDOC Radio at 9am each day, talking about what’s trending on social media around NAIDOC. I’ve put the call out for new posts about NAIDOC from the Deadly Bloggers list, but of course, some have are already Read More

In 1957 when the community of Palm Island led by a small group of men led a strike against the brutal conditions under which they were living, there was no public outcry of support from fellow Australians. A few years ago, when I was researching this event, I went looking for a book I’d read Read More

It is quite possible that I’m addicted to creating blogs. I’m not sure it’s healthy, but I guess there could be worse habits. This blog is dedicated to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander blogs and bloggers, and perhaps in the future Other bloggers out there in Australia. I’m constantly been sending people to my Deadly Read More