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The Traditional Owners of this land are those who identify as
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.

Sovereignty was never ceded.

ANTAR pays respect to Elders past, present, and emerging through our dedicated advocacy for First Nations Peoples’ justice and rights.

ANTAR acknowledges the responsibility of committing to a truth-telling process that promotes an honest and respectful path forward for future generations to build upon.

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Finding the Heart of the Nation (2nd Edition)

In this updated edition of the bestselling book, Finding the Heart of the Nation, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander author Thomas Mayor gets behind the politics and legal speak to explain why the Uluru Statement from the Heart is an invitation to all Australians.

Australia is set to vote on a referendum to enshrine a First Nations voice in the constitution as a result of the 2022 federal election. In this book, Thomas focuses on the stories of First Nations People, including some new voices, looking at the truth of our past and present, and hopes for a better future. Importantly, he shares with you – the Australian public – how we all have the power to make change. The campaign for Voice Treaty Truth, starting with a referendum, is an opportunity to right some of the wrongs, give First Nations People a seat at the table, and to recognise that we are a nation with over 60,000 years of continuous culture.

Completing his writing just after the 2022 federal election, Thomas has included a new introduction and conclusion, as well as a call to action for all Australians. Now in a paperback format, this collection of stories offers hope and tells us how we, as Australians, may find our collective heart.

VOICE, TREATY, TRUTH T-shirt

Unisex black t-shirt with white ‘VOICE, TREATY, TRUTH’ writing and ANTAR logo on right sleeve.

Sizes: S,M,L,XL,2XL.

Plants: Past, Present and Future

For millennia, reciprocal relationships with plants have provided both sustenance to Indigenous communities and many of the materials needed to produce a complex array of technologies. Managed through fire and selective harvesting and replanting, the longevity and intricacy of these partnerships are testament to the ingenuity and depth of Indigenous first knowledges. Plants: Past, Present and Future celebrates the deep cultural significance of plants and shows how engaging with this heritage could be the key to a healthier, more sustainable future.

Back to School Pack

 The perfect pack to kickstart the school year and increase knowledge of First Nations culture, history and success.

* Pins and sticker assortment may differ from those in the image

Thank You Rain!

Thank you rain! is a joyful read, and is full of the plants and animals that welcome rain.

Raindrops in the treetops; birds singing in the rain; raindrops wetting the dry earth and filling creek beds; birds, frogs and kangaroos all enjoying the rain and finishing with Johnny dancing with happiness!

Sally Morgan’s beautiful words and Johnny Warrkatja Malibirr’s sensitive artwork combine to give this distinctive children’s picture book global appeal. Johnny infuses his illustrations with his fine-art aesthetic and traditional motifs to bring each page to vivid life.

Author: Sally Morgan

Pages: 32

Ages: 4+ years old. 

The River

This universal story from Sally Morgan is a beautifully illustrated celebration of the life of the river. The River takes young readers on a journey of what their eyes can see and their ears can hear. See green ants crawling, hear frogs croaking, a goanna running, a fish splashing…

Sally Morgan’s beautiful words and Johnny Warrkatja Malibirr’s sensitive artwork combine to make this a unique, distinctive children’s picture book with global appeal. Johnny infuses his illustrations with his fine-art aesthetic and his traditional motifs to bring each page to vivid life.

Author: Sally Morgan

Number of Pages: 32

Age range: 0 – 3

The Heartbeat of the Land

Cathy Freeman has always been an inspiration to young people. Here, she does it again, through storytelling – just as her people have done, for sixty thousand years before.

Cathy ran barefoot every day across the great ancient land, as her people had done for sixty thousand years before. And when she ran, she could hear the heartbeat of the land. Ba Boom Ba Boom Ba Boom…

Then one day, Cathy hears a cry.  She answers this cry and, with one small step at a time, the seeds of change are planted. 

Listen, and you too, will hear the Heartbeat of the Land.

Author: Cathy Freeman

Pages: 32

Published: 2022

Welcome to Country (Children)

This is an expansive and generous Welcome to Country from a most respected Elder, Aunty Joy Murphy, beautifully given form by Indigenous artist Lisa Kennedy.

Welcome to the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri People. We are part of this land and the land is part of us. This is where we come from. Wominjeka Wurundjeri balluk yearmenn koondee bik. Welcome to Country. Aunty Joy Wandin Murphy is a most respected senior Wurundjeri elder of the Kulin alliance. This is a very accessible welcome that introduces and gives meaning and explanation within the text to the customs and symbols of Indigenous Australia.

Pages: 32

Ages: 5-9

Small Land Acknowledgement Plaque ~ First Nations Peoples

Acknowledge First Nations People as the traditional owners of the land where your home or office stands. This large size is perfect for schools, businesses, community organisations etc. Digitally printed with UV protective coating on aluminium with four corner screw holes. Features both the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags and space to add the First Nations Country you’re on.

Dimensions:  25.5x15cm 

Large Land Acknowledgement Plaque ~ First Nations Peoples

Acknowledge First Nations People as the traditional owners of the land where your home or office stands. This large size is perfect for schools, businesses, community organisations etc. Digitally printed with UV protective coating on aluminium with four corner screw holes. Features both the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags and space to add the First Nations Country you’re on.

Dimensions:  45x30cm

Small Land Acknowledgement Plaque ~ On Country

Acknowledge First Nations People as the traditional owners of the land where your home or office stands. This large size is perfect for schools, businesses, community organisations etc. Digitally printed with UV protective coating on aluminium with four corner screw holes. Features both the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags and space to add the First Nations Country you’re on.

Dimensions:  25.5x15cm

Large Land Acknowledgement Plaque ~ On Country

Acknowledge First Nations People as the traditional owners of the land where your home or office stands. This large size is perfect for schools, businesses, community organisations etc. Digitally printed with UV protective coating on aluminium with four corner screw holes. Features both the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags and space to add the First Nations Country you’re on.


Dimensions:  45x30cm

Indigenous Australia Wall Map – Small

This map includes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander language areas around the country. New Edition (2021). Related: Large Indigenous Australia wall map

 

 

Dimensions: 15 x 10.5 x 1

Published: 2022

Indigenous Australia Wall Map – Large

This map includes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander language areas around the country. New Edition (2021). Related: Small Indigenous Australia wall map

Dimensions: 21 x 15 x 1

Published: 2022

Change the Date T-shirt

Donated for #BlackLivesMatterAustralia, all proceeds go to support our work for rights and justice for First Nations Peoples. Visit Luke’s website(link is external) for more.

 

Artist: Luke John Matthew Arnold.

Published: 2021

Change the Date Sticker

Donated for #BlackLivesMatterAustralia, all proceeds go to support our work for rights and justice for First Nations Peoples. Visit Luke’s website(link is external) for more.

 

Author: Artist: Luke John Matthew Arnold.

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Published: 2021