Yindyamarra Yambuwan book launch talk by Stephen Kemmis

Guest post from Prof Emeritus Stephen Kemmis from the launch of Yindyamarra Yambuwan at Wagga Wagga City Library. First, I want to pay my respects to the Wiradjuri Elders here present, and to the Wiradjuri people on whose land we meet today. This may be an important occasion for the Wiradjuri people who are here, but it is an even more important occasion for those of us here who are not Wiradjuri people. This launch opens a door for us,Read more

Yindyamarra Yambuwan screenings, talks and book launches

WAGGA WAGGA Book Launch and film screening: 3pm Saturday 1st of July 2017 Wagga Wagga City Library As part of a series of public events to launch the new book Yindyamarra Yambuwan published by Sharing and Learning, a screening of the film, readings and discussion will take place in Wagga City Library in line with NAIDOC week with special guests including Aunty Flo Grant, Dr Uncle Stan Grant Sr AM, Prof Emeritus Stephen Kemmis and Bernard Sullivan. PARKES Film screening – booksRead more

Canberra Book launch – Yindyamarra Yambuwan book now available.

The first of a series of public events to launch the new book Yindyamarra Yambuwan published by Sharing and Learning will be held in Canberra with special guests including Dr Uncle Stan Grant Sr AM. 12.30pm, Tuesday 11th of April 2017 Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture 15 Blackall Street, Barton, ACT This beautiful new full colour book is now available. Yindyamarra Yambuwan, based on the film about the Wiradjuri way of life centred on the concept of Yindyamarra, often translated as respect. However, itRead more

Menindee Girl: The Story of my Life – Aunty Joyce’s book launch

Menindee Girl: The Story of my Life By Aunty Joyce Hampton 120 pages, 210 x 280 mm, full colour, paperback, retail price $60 Published by Sharing and Learning, Wagga Wagga Book Launch: 6pm Thursday 9th of February 2017 Wagga Wagga City Library Aunty Joyce Hampton, a senior Ngiyampaa Elder, is a quiet woman with a large story to tell. Aunty Joyce had no ambition to tell her story to the world. She simply wished to record her life and whereRead more