NAIDOC Week happens across Australia to acknowledge the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. All Australians from all walks of life, not just Indigenous communities, are invited to participate, and local live events pop up all over the place.
NAIDOC Week is usually held in July, but 2020 is weird old year, so it’s happening a bit late, right now: 8 – 15 November. And because of this weird horrible old year, many people won’t be wanting to leave the house to mingle in large groups. So the safest and easiest way to celebrate is to watch some of the many excellent films and television shows made by or with Australia’s ever-increasing wealth of Indigenous screen talent.