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17 January, 2022 #Notice

COVID Vaccination Bus visiting the Pilbara 15-31 Jan

The Pop-Up Covid Vaccination Bus will be visiting the Pilbara at different locations from 15-31 January. No appointments are neceassary.  The Bus will be at these locations of these dates: NEWMAN -                17 Jan, Newman Town Square PORT HEDLAND -    19 Jan, Port Hedland COVID-19 Clinic, McGregor St  20 Jan, Marapikurrinya Park, 4 Richardson St SOUTH HEDLAND - 21 Jan, Between Centenary...

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12 January, 2022 #Opportunities

Learn 50 Banjima words online with the 50 Words Project

Kick start learning Banjima with the 50 Words project online. Banjima is one of the languages that has been contributed to the project to help preserve First Nations languages and help more people learn. The 50 Words Project is led by the  Research Unit for Indigenous Language at the University of Melbourne, and funded by the Duncan Leary Trust for Australian Indigenous Languages. This project...

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11 January, 2022 #News

Banjima Country featured on ABC's Back Roads

ABC's Back Roads arrives in Banjima homeland in the second (2nd) episode of Series 8. You can watch what they discovered about Banjima country, culture and what's going on around Karijini on ABC iview -  Series 8 Tom Price, WA : ABC iview  

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4 January, 2022 #News

Banjima voices heard by The West on the need to clean up Wittenoom.

Banjima elders have again voiced the priority of making the contamination coming out of Wittenoom safe rather than funding memorials. BNTAC was asked for comment regarding an online petition launched to fund public memorials, including one in Karijini National Park.

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20 December, 2021 #News

Our December newsletter is here!

The latest news for the Banjima community, BNTAC's activities, and work and education opportunities.

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7 December, 2021 #Events

Indigenous Justice Forum - opportunity to attend

The Indigenous Justice Forum is being held in Melbourne, 22-24 March 2022, and has been designed by a group of leading Indigenous community, government, legal, and academic experts. The purpose is to unite the justice sector to plan action that will end deaths in custody, limit out-of-home care, and increase cultural connection, among other things. Download the brochure here.  Some keynote...

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