Left to Right: Alicia Johnson (PhD Candidate, Usyd), Amy Davidson (PhD Candidate, Usyd), Katie Moore (Policy Lab, Usyd), and Brieanna Watson (Master of Education, WSU).
On Friday 10 June SUPRA proudly presented the Indigenous Knowledges Symposium for 2022. There were four speakers: Alicia Johnson, Amy Davidson, Brieanna Watson and Katie Moore. These deadly presenters spoke about everything from the Baaka, to community participation, to teaching when you’re the only Blackfulla in the classroom.
This sold-out event was attended by people from across the University and the community, with special guest Aunty Kaye Price making the trip from Canberra to attend.
I would like to thank all of the presenters for sharing their research and stories with us, and thank you too to all who attended. A special thank you to Jane Stanley, Director of the Gadigal Centre for her support of this project.
SUPRA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Officer