Uncle Archie Roach Stolen Generation Education Resources

Uncle Archie Roach Stolen Generations Education Resources

The Archie Roach Stolen Generations Resources were created during COVID-19 by Culture Is Life, in collaboration with the Archie Roach Foundation, to honour the 30th anniversary of Took The Children Away from Uncle Archie’s multi-award-winning 1990 debut album Charcoal Lane.

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The Australian Dream Campaign

When the truth of our history is told, we can all walk together. Are we ready?

#CultureisLife #WalkingTogether2020 #MyAustralianDream

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Culture is Life

Connecting and Belonging

‘Culture is life deepens connections and belonging by backing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander led solutions to prevent youth suicide and to support young people to thrive.’


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Aboriginal Teachers deliver professional educational development for SEDA

Culture is Life collaborates with SEDA to provide Indigenous curriculum professional development training to their staff and teachers nationally.

The Australian Dream education resources

“I am really excited to see The Australian Dream go out to community and schools and continue the conversation we need to have on the key themes; cultural identity, racism, history & truths, resilience & reconciliation...” Adam Goodes.

International Women’s Day 2020

Today we acknowledge the contribution of the women we have worked with and those that have created change to address the inequality experienced by women across the world.

A poem titled ‘Earth Mother’ written today by ‘Miimi and Jiinda’

A poem titled 'Earth Mother' written today by 'Miimi and Jiinda' - Gumbaynggirr Elder Lauren Jarrett and her Daughter - Culture is Life's National Project Manager - Melissa Greenwood. Earth Burning Mother.

Cairns – Uluru First Nations Youth Summit

This past weekend I was invited to spend 3 days with over 50 young First Nations leaders, descendant from so many Nations across these lands. We were welcomed by the Gunggandji people on their country in Cairns at the Uluru First Nations Youth Summit.

Yawuru Young Ambassadors Cultural Exchange

For five days, five other Aboriginal young people and I attended an intensive Cultural Exchange in Aotearoa. For the five days, our cohort of Indigenous youth were immersed in the culture of the Maori people of the South Island; learning language, sharing in customs and building friendships that will last long into the future.