The Aboriginal Flag – Cultural Identity, Copyright, and Controversy (Secondary)

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Focusing on three key themes: cultural identity, copyright and controversy, this activity explores the cultural, historical and political significance of the Aboriginal flag. Resources include a Living Black episode featuring an interview with Harold Thomas, who designed the Aboriginal flag; a photograph of athlete Cathy Freeman, who held the Aboriginal flag at the 1994 Commonwealth Games; and Reconciliation Australia’s factsheet on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags.

 

Image: Cathy Freeman, by David Callow, 1994 printed 2000, Courtesy of SPORT, The library.

 The Aboriginal Flag – Cultural Identity, Copyright, and Controversy (Secondary)
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Secondary

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