Amplifying Indigenous cultural burning voices

The priority for producing the Cultural burning in southern Australia illustrated booklet and poster series was to amplify Indigenous cultural burning voices at this unique time when there is so much interest in cultural burning by agencies here and around the world. Too often it is assumed that Indigenous people have not continued to burn in southern temperate Australia, and, or, that cultural burning is only men’s business. These evocative and intimate stories share otherwise, and we think they will resonant with people across society.
Amplifying Indigenous cultural burning voices

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Acknowledgement of Country:
‘The Fire Centre acknowledges the Palawa and Pakana people as the traditional and ongoing custodians of lutruwita (Tasmania), paying respect to their culture and identity which has been bound up with the Land, Sea, Waterways and Sky for generations. The Fire Centre commits to being culturally inclusive and respectful in our relationships”
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