Talking Up Our Strengths is a set of 22 stunning photomontage cards that celebrate the strengths and resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
As well as being a visual feast, Talking Up Our Strengths is a catalyst for inspiring conversations and storytelling in schools, communities, groups, social work settings, board rooms, family gatherings and back yards.
Whether they are spread out across the kitchen bench or on the tables of policy makers and politicians, these cards can be used as tools for reconciliation, social justice and pride in cultural diversity.
Anyone, from any cultural background, can use these cards to build their own strengths, and to recognise the strengths of others.
Published by Innovative Resources and Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC) 2009, Booklet author: Russell Deal, Designer: Tim Lane, Card size 140x140, 22 laminated, full-colour cards, polypropylene box, 24-page booklet.
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