1.What does the Garma festival celebrate?
It’s a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture held at Gulkula.
2.What do people do over four days during the festival? Over four days, people share their stories, discuss important.
3. What is this year’s theme?
It is to tell the trurth
4. What do the Aboriginal and Torren Straight Islander Community want to change about the Australian Constitution?
They want to change the Australi’s future. One of the big things that came up a lot at this year’s festival was a plan to change Australia’s most important legal document, The Constitution.
It’s a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture held at Gulkula, a sacred site to Yolngu people. The festival’s hosted by the Yothu Yind.These students also created a time capsule. They filled it with all sorts of messages for the future, including videos on USBs, posters and handwritten stories.
On Friday we had a buddy Assembly, our buddy’s and our class 4RG, 2IB & 2TD, we all were sitting in 3 rows. Some kids from 4RG, 2IB & 2TD were sitting o some blocks at the back. They were mainly the people who had a speaking part. We had a dance that was called The Milkshake dance. We had 3 or 4 challenges about tasting the fruit that was called the Blind test, and other challenges.