The Little Red, Yellow, Black Book provides an entry-point to Indigenous culture and history for everyone: adults who want to learn what they weren’t taught at school, as well as migrants, tourists, trainers, institutions and schools.
When used as a teaching resource, the book introduces almost all the areas required for study in secondary Indigenous Studies curricula throughout Australia, as well as large parts of Australian History and SOSE.
Aboriginal Studies Press has developed a comprehensive teaching resource for secondary or adult educators
• links to curriculum
• guidelines for ethical research
• interpretation of subject matter for both teachers and students
• ideas for further reading
• discussion questions and
• a range of activities.
Below are downloadable PDFs relating to each of the four chapters of the book.
How to use the teachers' notes (PDF 271kb)
Who are we? (PDF 319kb)
Culture and sport (PDF 333kb)
Participation and governance (PDF 298kb)
Resistance and reconciliation (PDF 357kb)