The Aboriginal Flag was designed by Harold Thomas, an artist and an Aboriginal, in 1971. The flag was designed to be an eye-catching rallying symbol for the Aboriginal people and a symbol of their race and identity. The black represents the Aboriginal people, the red the earth and their spiritual relationship to the land, and the yellow the sun, the giver of life
Australian Aboriginel Flag designed in 1971 by Aboriginal artist Harold Thomas, who holds intellectual property rights in the flag's design, and is descended from the Luritja people of Central Australia / photo by Bruce Palme. / The Australian Aboriginal Flag is a flag that represents Indigenous Australians. It is one of the official "Flags of Australia", and holds special legal and political status, but it is not the "Australian National Flag”.
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An overview of who Australia's Indigenous peoples are, their traditions, flags and culture.Contains background information on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people including:Where they liveWhat their flags areWhat Indigenous culture isLanguage mapsAnd much moreThese slides will help your students understand the difference between the term Indigenous and Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander.Save money by purchasing the HASS Australia Bundle: History Geography and Indigenous…