(I added the 's' because the Indigenous peoples of the world are not a single homogenous group, there are many many different cultures, nations and histories and they deserve to be considered as seperate unique groups.)
The theme of this celebration is Indigenous designs: celebrating stories and cultures, crafting our own future.
To contribute, I'd like to offer some resources for educational experiences relating to Australian Aboriginal Peoples (yep, there are many different cultures, nations and histories within this group too).
- 8 Aboriginal Ways of Learning - Aboriginal Pedagogies. Arguably the best way to learn and share Indigenous perspectives is to make use of, and credit, their processes, not just teach the content. Also working with local Indigenous Elders, communities and resource people is essential. This site is incredible, I can spend hours here.
- Indigenous Australia - lots of broad general information
- Aboriginal Art for Kids - Great example of a culturally based art experience, preceded by Story Sharing
- Dust Echos - Video presentations of some Dreaming Stories.
- Youtube - Many additional watchable Dreaming Stories.
I love the quote "Indigenous Success is Australian Success" from the 8 Ways Wiki site, and believe it can be applied to any nation.
Feel free to share any resources and I will add them to the post :)