Australia Aboriginal Links

Australia Aboriginal Flag Links related to Aboriginal and Indigenous Australia presented in somewhat random fashion: Recent Features [email protected][email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected][email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected][email protected] The Genius of Australian Indigenous LanguagesThe genius of Indigenous languages – @RachNordlingerhttps://twitter.com/CoEDLang/status/1075919889510977536https://vimeo.com/286457391/f816da0a71 HeadlineDozens more ancient heritage sites could be destroyed by Australian mining companies‘As long as we can see the sky, we can see our stories’: Indigenous …

Awaye!

Logo Recommended listening Presented by Daniel Browning, the weekly, hour-long AWAYE! features diverse and vibrant Aboriginal arts and culture from across Australia and the best from Indigenous radio broadcasters around the world. Awaye! covers music (from the yidaki and gumleaf to techno), arts, spirituality, politics, dance, literature, theatre – in short, the healthy and vibrant …

Puebloan Peoples

Indigenous Peoples Puebloan Peoples = Also called Ancestral Puebloans. The term Anasazi is sometimes used to refer to Pueblo people but rejected by many. Anasazi is a Navajo (Diné) word that means Ancient Ones or Ancient Enemy – (anaa’: war, alien, enemy; sází: ancestor). Headlines1,200-Year-Old Pouches Found in Arizona Cave Contain Prehistoric ‘Chewing Tobacco,’ Study …

Tohono O’odham

Indigenous Peoples The Tohono O’odham Nation, or Tohono O’odham Indian Reservation, is a major reservation located in southern Arizona, encompassing portions of Pima County, Pinal County, and Maricopa County.tonation-nsn.govtonation-nsn.gov/history_culture.aspxHashtag: #TohonoOOdhamNation Embedded Tweets Misc*Schuk Toak en dialecto O’odham significa Montaña Sagrada (o montaña negra depende de la región) WikipediaTohono_O’odham_peopleTohono O’odham Nation Planeta.com

Māori Proverbs = Whakataukī

Lingo Cards To understand a culture is to appreciate its wisdom transmitted via its proverbs. We are translating some of our favorite Māori Proverbs (Whakataukī) into English and Spanish. Suggestions and corrections are welcome! Elsewhere on the WebProverbs – Māori Language NetTe Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori – Facebook – @reomaoriProverbs – Massey Universitywisdom-from-the-world-of-whakatauki …

Indigenous Peoples Day 2020

Photo: Michael Swiggart, Olmec Head in Xalapa Planeta.com celebrates and commemorates the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples Day. Hashtag #IndigenousPeoplesDay EssayIn the past twenty years, this celebration has become a counter narrative to Columbus Day. USA Today reports that more cities are recognizing Native Americans on Columbus Day. The roots of rethinking the …

Australia’s Aboriginal Flag

Photo: Tribal Warrior Aboriginal FlagNAIDOC: The Australian Aboriginal Flag was designed by artist Harold Thomas and first flown at Victoria Square in Adelaide, South Australia, on National Aborigines Day, 12 July 1971. It became the official flag for the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra after it was first flown there in 1972. Since then, it …

Taungurung

Indigenous Peoples Taungurung Wikipedia: The Taungurong people, also known as the Daung Wurrung, were thirteen clans who spoke the Daungwurrung language and were part of the Kulin alliance of indigenous Australians. They lived to the north of, and were closely associated with, the Woiwurrung speaking Wurundjeri people. Their territory was to the north of the …

Indigenous Languages

Photo: Caldo de Piedra • Oaxaca, México Indigenous Languages are awesome. Mark your calendar. 2022-2032 is the International Decade of Indigenous Languages. We are updating some popular features on Planeta.com: Languages Events Features Recommended ListeningPass it on: preserving Indigenous languages – Awaye – A panel discusses the purpose of language revival – is it fluency, …

Olmec

Indigenous Peoples Wikipedia: The Olmecs were the earliest known major civilization in Mexico following a progressive development in Soconusco. They lived in the tropical lowlands of south-central Mexico, in the present-day states of Veracruz and Tabasco. The Olmec civilization took root on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. Scholars points out that the Olmec …