SMH by Ali Gripper July 2, 2021
Books to celebrate NAIDOC Week and beyond. Time to build your library!
“Our stories are 60,000 years old and have a deep ancestral wealth,” Saunders says. “We have an intimate connection to the landscape that allows us to tell stories in an intuitive way.” The author recalls struggling to find black and Indigenous writers when she was growing up. “Young people now are growing up with our stories as the norm. It’s such an exciting time for Indigenous creatives. ”