c. Yes, a means of organising appropriate marriages.
Aboriginal Law is veiled in secrecy to:
a. ensure no-one knows other people’s business
b. protect knowledge with protocol and without misinterpretation
c. enable Elders to tell stories.
b. Yes, knowledge is for those who are chosen to know.
How many dialects were spoken in Australia before settlement?
a. Between 200 and 300.
b. Between 300 and 400.
c. Between 600 and 700.
c. Yes, between 600 and 700.
What is the most commonly used dialect today?
a. Kala Lagaw Ya.
b. Aboriginal English.
c. Pitjantjatjara / Yankuntjatjara.
b. Yes. Aboriginal English is the most spoken dialect today.
ATSIC (Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Commission) the national voice of Indigenous affairs was disbanded in:
c. In 2004, ATSIC was disbanded and responsibility for Indigenous affairs passed to the Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs who provides directions and priorities and reviews Indigenous programs.
Overt racism means:
a. deliberate acts of intolerance or hatred expressed or shown publicly in an obvious way
b. being loud or noisy about the government’s Indigenous Affairs policies
c. talking about women in a rude or disrespectful way.