Preparing for NAIDOC Week PD Event 2020

Online on September 2, 2020

Guest Speakers: Jasmine Seymour, Leanne Mulgo Watson and Edie Wright.

All welcome. Members $40 | Non Members $60

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Are you ready for NAIDOC Week?

Join us at a special online event to celebrate our outstanding Indigenous Australian Creatives who will help you prepare for NAIDOC week.

Up-date your knowledge about current Indigenous resources and how best to share them with your students.

Edie Wright, Magabala will be speaking to raise awareness of current indigenous titles that are relevant to this year’s NAIDOC Week theme Always Was, Always will be.

Meet our Guest Speakers: Jasmine Seymour, Leanne Mulgo Watson and Edie Wright.

Jasmine Seymour

Jasmine Seymour is a Darug woman and descendant of Maria Lock, who was the daughter of Yarramundi, the Boorooberongal elder who had met Governor Phillip on the banks of the Hawkesbury River in 1791. Maria was the first Aboriginal woman to be educated by the Blacktown Native Institute. She was married to carpenter and convict, Robert Lock and their union resulted in thousands of descendants who can all trace their Darug heritage back past Yarramundi. It is Jasmine’s wish that through her books, everyone will know that the Darug mob are still here, still strong. Jasmine is a primary school teacher in the Hawkesbury area of NSW. Baby Business and Cooee Mittigar were published by Magabala Books in 2019.


© 2019 CBCA NSW Branch Inc

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