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Lanyard | NAIDOC Week Lanyard – Blak, Loud, and Proud | Limited Edition

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Description

Celebrate NAIDOC Week with our Limited Edition Lanyard, featuring the iconic Black, Yellow, and Red of the Australian Aboriginal flag. Released in honour of this year’s theme, “Blak, Loud, and Proud – Keep the Fire Burning,” this lanyard is more than just an accessory; it’s a powerful statement of cultural pride and unity.
Key Features:
  • Iconic Ally Friendly Design: Show your support and respect for Aboriginal culture with the striking Black, Yellow, and Red colours.
  • High-Quality Material: Made from durable, eco-friendly cotton to ensure long-lasting use.
  • Comfortable Wear: Lightweight and comfortable, perfect for everyday use in educational settings, workplaces, and events.
  • Secure Attachment: Equipped with a sturdy clasp for securing ID badges, keys, or small items.
  • Limited Edition: Available exclusively for NAIDOC Week, making it a unique collector’s item.
Why Choose Our NAIDOC Week Lanyard?
Our lanyard is designed to help you celebrate NAIDOC Week with pride. It serves as a daily reminder of the resilience, strength, and cultural richness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Whether you’re an educator, student, or community member, wearing this lanyard allows you to express your support and commitment to Indigenous rights and heritage.
Perfect for:
  • Schools and Universities: Encourage students and staff to embrace and celebrate Indigenous culture.
  • Workplaces: Foster an inclusive and respectful environment by showcasing your support.
  • Community Events: Make a statement at NAIDOC Week events and other cultural celebrations.
Artist
Russell Yilamara Brown is a proud Garawa and Mara man from South-East Arnhem Land, NT. Russell currently lives and works on Bundjalung Country. NSW.  He is a skilled painter, sculptor and digital artist that has refined his traditional style and has developed a contemporary representation.

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Weight .021 kg

Digital Resources

Purchase of this resource entitles the purchaser the right to reproduce pages in limited quantities for single classroom or homeschool use only.

Duplication for a friend, another staff member, entire school/service or commercial purpose without purchase of an additional license is strictly forbidden.

Copying any part of this resource and/or placing it on the internet in any form (even a personal or classroom website/ school server) is a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).

Copyright ©Songlines Art, Culture, Education.

Songlines Art, Culture, Education Pty Ltd

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