Aboriginal People

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Aboriginal people play a substantial role in contemporary Australian society, particularly in the political arena. many of them are active in the areas of Land Rights, Stolen Generation and racial equality. Others continue to hold their own culture strong so indigenous youth have a vibrant culture as a foundation for their lives.

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1. Aboriginal People. Mary Yarmirr - main claimant in the Cocker Island Sea Rights case looks out over the Arafura Sea.

2. Aboriginal People. Designer of the Aboriginal flag, Harold, Thomas, at his studio at Humpty Doo, outside Darwin

3. Aboriginal People. Designer of the Aboriginal flag, Harold, Thomas, at his studio at Humpty Doo, outside Darwin.

4. Aboriginal People. NT Government Ms Alison Anderson.

5. Aboriginal People. Djuwalpi Marika, Chairman of Bunuwal Investments. aboriginal business

6. Aboriginal People. Yvonne Margarula at the Gundjehmi Aboriginal Corporation office, in Jabiru.

7. Aboriginal People. Daly River - William Marranya is a top spear maker from Nauiyu community. He mainly makes fishing spears, but also ceremonial spears

8. Aboriginal People. Marion Scrymgeour

9. Aboriginal People. The Warrdeken Indigenous Protected Area, east of kakadu NP, is a large area that has been incorporated into the National Reserve Systme of parks and reserves. It is managed by local Aboriginal people who have responsibility for looking after the area, which is rich in fauna and flora and aboriginal cultural sites. Seraine Namundja at Havelock Falls.

10. Aboriginal People. Kakadu National Park in the Top End of the Northern Territory - World Heritage area which is popular with tourists and one of the great environmental parks of Australia. During the wet season creeks and rivers flood and areas become isolated. Indigenous ranger and traditional owner, Jessie Alderson

11. Aboriginal People. Limmen National Park is situated on the western side of the Gulf of Carpentaria, in the Top End of the Northern Territory. Country surrounding the Limmen Bight, Towns and Roper rivers, traditionally owned by the Marra Aboriginal people of the Gulf region - traditional owner Clarrie Roberts

12. Aboriginal People. nailsma staff north australian indigenous land and sea management association environment. Peter Yu

13. Aboriginal People. Nabordmarbarnyu - Dean Yirribuk enjoys the cool breezes of the hidden waterhole

14. Aboriginal People. Maningrida . Men's cooling off centre - Reggie __________, the caretaker

15. Aboriginal People. Limmen National Park is situated on the western side of the Gulf of Carpentaria, in the Top End of the Northern Territory. Country surrounding the Limmen Bight, Towns and Roper rivers, traditionally owned by the Marra Aboriginal people of the Gulf region - Betty Roberts (centre), with her grandaughters Emily Evans (left) and Elaine Timothy (right)

16. Aboriginal People. shellie morris indigenous musician singer aboriginal female

17. Aboriginal People. Efforts to revive and strengthen indigenous language in central australia ivolve linguists, missionary groups and traditional aboriginal women. Ladies from Ti Tree in the riverbed of the Hanson River - L to R: Eileen Campbell, Molly Presley, Mandy Long

18. Aboriginal People. Fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the Bark Petition Gularwuy Yunupingu

19. Aboriginal People. Efforts to revive and strengthen indigenous language in central australia ivolve linguists, missionary groups and traditional aboriginal women. Ladies from Ti Tree in the riverbed of the Hanson River - Jenny Green (blue top) and Margot Carew (black) record the women from Ti Tree as they sing - April Campbell assists

20. Aboriginal People. Efforts to revive and strengthen indigenous language in central australia ivolve linguists, missionary groups and traditional aboriginal women. Ladies from Ti Tree in the riverbed of the Hanson River - L to R: Helen Long, Clarrie Long

21. Aboriginal People. Efforts to revive and strengthen indigenous language in central australia ivolve linguists, missionary groups and traditional aboriginal women. Ladies from Ti Tree in the riverbed of the Hanson River - L to R: Eileen Campbell, Mandy Long, Molly Presley, June Ross - Marie Presley standing

22. Aboriginal People. Efforts to revive and strengthen indigenous language in central australia ivolve linguists, missionary groups and traditional aboriginal women. Ladies from Ti Tree in the riverbed of the Hanson River - L to R: Mandy Long, June Ross, Marie Presley

23. Aboriginal People. Nitmiluk NP - Cicada Lodge tourism resort - tourism destination - indigenous chef Mark Olive prepares main meal of crocodile tail

24. Aboriginal People. Fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the Bark Petition - 1963 to 2013. Naidoc celebrations at Yirrkala, NT

25. Aboriginal People. The 100th anniversary of Kahlin Compound celebrations in Darwin, June Mills

26. Aboriginal People. National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMA) in Darwin celebrate the life of Dr Yunupingu and the music of Yothu Yindi - Robbie Collins and Ali Mills

27. Aboriginal People. Aboriginal woman Yalmay Yunupingu is painted for ceremony

28. Aboriginal People. Aboriginal parliamentaria Wes Lhanupuy from Gove

29. Aboriginal People. Fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the Bark Petition - 1963 to 2013. Naidoc celebrations at Yirrkala, NT Gumana Garrawun

30. Aboriginal People. The 100th anniversary of Kahlin Compound celebrations in Darwin, Barbara Cummins

31. Aboriginal People. National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMA) in Darwin celebrate the life of Dr Yunupingu and the music of Yothu Yindi - Bess Price

32. Aboriginal People. Members of the Stolen Generation celebrate a win in Australian court

33. Aboriginal People. Eva Valley Conference.

34. Aboriginal People. Jawoyn elder Peter Jatbula

35. Aboriginal People. Mandawuy Yunupingu (centre) and two other Yolngu people - Makuma (left) and Mangatiay Yunupingu painted in local clan designs.

36. Aboriginal People. Walkabout Chefs - Miriam Rose Bauman with children from the Daly River community discuss aspects of a wallaby that has been killed.

37. Aboriginal People. Indigenous leader, Jacqui Katona

38. Aboriginal People. Aboriginal leader Peter Yu, Kimberley

39. Aboriginal People. Kakadu traditional owner Big Bill Neidjie examines rock art at his homeland at Cannon Hill, near Kakadu NP Photographer: David Hancock. Copyright: SkyScans.

40. Aboriginal People. Stolen generation woman, Hilda Muir

 

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