Stepping Black aims to impact Individuals & Communities to change their world by achieving their potential through:
Art & Culture – Business & Leadership – Employment Education & Training – Health & Well-being
Due to the restrictions and risks associated with COVID 19, the Weekend of Weaving, Wellbeing and Wonderful Women will not be held in 2020. We hope to resume these most excellent weekends again in 2021.
YOUNG DREAMERS Student Led Stories - Set #1
featuring words from the Taribelang language of Bundaberg
4 Books in the set
$44.00 per set (gst included)
plus $5 p/p
For residents of the Bundaberg Region, book sets may be purchased on line and collected from North Bundaberg State School upon presentation of payment receipt
Young Dreamers is part of our Together in Education Program, an initiative of Stepping Black supported by the National Indigenous Australians Agency
Stepping Black Indigenous Corporation Australia has been recognised at the 2019 Queensland Mental Health Week Achievement Awards, run by Open Minds, for their work strengthening First Nations community, family and individual mental health.
The organisation won the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Award for their Safe Aboriginal Families in Eidsvold (SAFE) program which works to create consistent and culturally safe social opportunities for men, women and young people in the North Burnett region.
Stepping Black Indigenous Corporation Australia is a dynamic organisation that seeks to initiate, design and implement projects
and programs which promote and support Indigenous people, their families and their communities.
The Board of Directors of Stepping Black Indigenous Corporation Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians of country (land, sea and sky).
We also acknowledge the cultural diversity of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Elders past and present and the significant contribution Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have made and continue to make to the identity of our nation.