The 2011 NAIDOC Poster is available from www.naidoc.org.au.
The poster was created by Matthew Humphries and is titled Road to Change.
Description of work: A First Australian family link hands as they step out on the road to change – proud of who they are, encouraged by what has already been achieved and united in their goal to be changemakers for a bright new future.
You can order copies of the poster from the National NAIDOC organisation at http://www.naidoc.org.au/naidoc-poster/order/
You can see the 2010 NAIDOC poster here.
Want to celebrate for more than a week? Why not celebrate for a whole month!
Blak History Month is a grassroots movement that is celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, people and communities for the whole month of July. You can order a Blak History Month poster created by Sam Cook from Kiss My Blak Arts from the online store, RedBubble, and you can download free resources from my Blak History Month for Teachers website.