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Aunty Barb History Journey

Welcome to the Aunty Barb Walking History Journey.

Created by Aunty Barbara Wingard and Dulwich Centre Foundation this journey honours key Kaurna and other Aboriginal histories relating to the south-east corner of Adelaide. This invites all visitors and residents of the area to engage with significant local histories in ways that inspire partnerships and collaborative actions in the present.

The stories are spoken by Sharon Perkins and Trent Wingard.

This project was made possible due to support from Grants SA - Community Benefit South Australia. .

Footprint 1 - Aunty Barb History Journey - Welcome and Pride

This is the first 'footprint' on the Aunty Barb Walking History Journey.

Created by Aunty Barbara Wingard and Dulwich Centre Foundation this journey honours significant histories in the south-east corner of Adelaide. The stories are spoken by Sharon Perkins and Trent Wingard.

Here are some questions you might consider after listening to the stories from this first footprint:

Whose stories / histories could welcome people as they enter your workplace?

What double-storied rituals of welcome could occur in your workplace?

How are you trying to enable experiences of pride?

In this footprint, a particular image (the Aboriginal flag) is honoured … what part does imagery play in your work?

For more information see dulwichcentre.com.au