Originally published in 1994, The Little Red Yellow Black Book has established itself as the perfect starting point for those who want to learn about the rich cultures and histories of Australia's First Peoples. Written from an Indigenous perspective, this highly illustrated and accessible introduction covers a range of topics from history, culture and the Arts, through to activism and reconciliation.
In this fourth edition, readers will learn about some of the significant contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have made, and continue to make, to the Australian nation.
Common stereotypes will be challenged, and the many struggles and triumphs that we've experienced as we've navigated through our shared histories will be revealed. Readers will also learn about some of the key concepts that underpin Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander worldviews including concepts such as the Dreaming, the significance of Ancestral Heroes and Country.
The Little Red Yellow Black Book is for readers of all backgrounds and provides an opportunity to discover more about the diverse, dynamic and continuing cultures of Australia's First Peoples.
- 210mm x 135mm x 15mm
- Released September 2018
- ISBN 9780855750527
About The Author
The vision of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) is that the cultures and knowledge of Australia’s Indigenous peoples are maintained, respected, celebrated, and valued throughout the nation and the world.
The Institute undertakes and encourages scholarly, ethical, community-based research, holds a priceless collection of films, photographs, video and audio recordings, and the world’s largest collections of printed and other resource materials for Indigenous Australian Studies, as well as having its own publishing house.
Bruce Pascoe is an Australian writer and award-winning author from the Bunurong clan, of the Kulin nation. He has written seventeen books including; Fog a Dox, a book for young adults that won the Prime Minister’s Literary Awards in 2013, Convincing Ground, published by Aboriginal Studies Press in 2007 and Dark Emu which won the book of the Year in the 2016 NSW Premier’s Literary Awards and the Indigenous Writer’s Prize in the 2016 NSW Premier’s Literary Awards.
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