Author(s): Bruce Pascoe
This updated edition of The Little Red Yellow Black Book is an authoritative introduction to Indigenous Australia. It includes real-life case studies and covers history, culture, arts, sport, languages, population, health, participation in education and the workforce, governance, resistance and reconciliation. Written in a first-person; Indigenous voice from an Indigenous perspective, the book offers something for everyone: from sport to education, arts and theatre to governance, history to Indigenous tour operators, native title to health, and lots more. Have a look at the companion website
"Beautifully presented . . . the stories and pictures provide insights into a range of Australian Indigenous experiences, inspiring visitors to gain a greater understanding of the rich and diverse Indigenous cultures and histories." --"Tourism Australia"
The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies is the world's premier institution for information and research about the cultures and lifestyles of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. They undertake and encourage scholarly, ethical, and community-based research; hold a priceless collection of films, photographs, video, and audio recordings as well as the world's largest collection of printed and other resource materials for indigenous studies. Bruce Pascoe is a school teacher, the director of Commonwealth Australian Studies project, and the publisher and editor of "Australian Short Stories" quarterly magazine as well as a board member of the Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages and a member of the Wathaurong Aboriginal cooperative. He is the recipient of the Australian Literature Award and the winner of the Radio National Short Story Competition. He is the author of several books, including "Convincing Ground," "Ocean," and "Shark."