Tuesday, October 12, 2010

2010 Hands Across the Nation Indigenous Literacy - Road Trip

After arriving home it is brought into sharp focus the divide between city folk and the indigenous people of Tennant Creek. I wanted to post, while it is fresh in my mind and heart.

Four out of five Indigenous children living in remote communities can't read at the accepted minimum standard. It's a simple but shocking statistic that every Australian should care about. And now there is something you can do about it.

By supporting the work of ALNF you'll be helping give Indigenous kids the fundamental literacy skills they need to build successful and fulfilling lives.

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