NAIDOC Week celebrations

by Brighton Council
Lunch and talks for NAIDOC Week at Tagari Lia.

Little learners at Tagari Lia Child and Family Learning Centre celebrated NAIDOC week with kutalayna Collec­tive by holding a First Nations flag-raising and community lunch event. Legana Hughes gave a beautiful Welcome to Country which was followed by lunch and cultural activi­ties, including hand and foot painting and talks. This year’s theme for NAIDOC Week was ‘For Our Elders’ which pays respect to indigenous elders, past and present, who hold an important place in communi­ties and families. Tagari Lia extends a warm thank you to everyone who attended and contributed to their NAIDOC celebrations. NAIDOC Week is held each year in July and celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aborigi­nal and Torres Strait Islander people. To find out more about NAIDOC week, head to www.naidoc.org.au.

Flag raising
A little learner making their mark

Pics: Tagari Lia FB.

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