• Elle

Heal Country x Chae

I would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which I live and pay my respect to Elders past, present and future.


Chae is a proud Wiradjuri women who was born and raised on Yuin Nation. She is also one of the best humans you will ever meet. I often talk to Chae about her culture, trying to understand a little more about the appropriate ways to recognise and heal and hear what she has been up to as the Aboriginal Education Officer. Chaezy embraces her culture and has quite a few resources up her sleeves for people like myself who are craving more knowledge and understanding .


Watch:

- Netflix, In My Blood She Runs


Read:

- My Tidda, My Sister

- My peoples Dreaming - Uncle Max, Yuin Elder


Listen:


Songs:

Miiesha - Twisting words

Telma Plum - Better in Blak

Gurrumul - Gathu Mawula

Tia Gostelow - Strangers


Podcasts:

SBS NITV



I also found these articles and websites interesting


https://www.pedestrian.tv/news/naidoc-week-heal-country-meaning-young-indigneous-peoples/


https://aiatsis.gov.au/explore/map-indigenous-australia


https://alc.org.au/newsroom/network-messages/naidoc-week-2021-heal-country/