Dealing Respectfully with Indigenous Peoples
Share Our Pride (Reconciliation Australia)
Let's Bust Some Myths (Reconciliation Australia)
Face the Facts: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples (Australian Human Rights Commission)
Demonstrating Respectful and Inclusive Language (Reconciliation Australia)
The Declaration Dialogue Series, Paper no. 4: Ensuring the Survival of the Oldest Living Culture in the World (Australian Human Rights Commission)
Aboriginal Cultures, Identities, and Worldviews
'Some Thoughts about the Philosophical Underpinnings of Aboriginal Worldviews' (Mary Graham), Australian Humanities Review 54 (2008).
'Aboriginal Spirituality Aboriginal Philosophy: The Basis of Aboriginal Social and Emotional Wellbeing' (Vicki Grieves), Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, 2009. (Note: this monograph contains an informed examination of the Dreaming which teachers might find useful.)
'Seeing the Light: Aboriginal Law, Learning and Sustainable Living in Country' (Ambelin Kwaymullina), Indigenous Law Bulletin 6 (2005).
IndigenousX, an online forum with the vision 'to create a platform for Indigenous people to share their knowledge, opinions and experiences with a wide audience of interested tweeps.'
On the Stolen Generations
Bringing Them Home (Australian Human Rights Commission): a comprehensive website which includes resources for teachers.
Stolen Generations resources (Healing Foundation).
Citizenship Laws and Aboriginal Conceptions of Citizenship
Right Wrongs (West Australian Museum): provides a summary of the Natives (Citizenship Rights) Act 1944 (WA). This law, and similar laws in other Australian jurisdictions, inspired the Citizenship Accords in the Tribe series.
The 'Dog Collar' Acts (National Museum of Australia, Collaborating for Indigenous Rights).
Indigenous Epistemology and Wellbeing: Universe Referent Citizenship (Kerry Arabena), AIATSIS Research Discussion Paper, 2008.
On Indigenous Futurisms
Reflecting on Indigenous Worlds, Indigenous Futurisms and Artificial Intelligence (Ambelin Kwyamullina), via Twelfth Planet Books.
I'm from the World's Oldest Living Culture, but Could I Kill a Zombie with a Boomerang? (Tyson Yunkaporta), The Guardian, 27 September 2017.
Indigenous Speculative Futures (podcast), with Hannah Donnelly.
Selected online essays by Ambelin Kaymullina
'We Need Diverse Books Because': An Indigenous Perspective on Diversity in Young Adult and Children's Literature in Australia (via the Wheeler Centre).
'Walking Many Worlds: Aboriginal Storytelling and Writing for the Young' (via the Wheeler Centre).
'Let the Stories In: On Power, Privilege and Being an Indigenous Writer' (via the Wheeler Centre).
The following links provide deeper insights into the issues raised in The Tribe series and into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and issues:
Luke Davies, on why 'Australia Is Not a Multicultural Country' on IndigenousX.