January Dilly Bag Contents

What's was inside for January 2021?

Australia Day by Stan Grant, RRP $34.99
Stan Grant is a personal hero and brilliantly articulate journalist. Grant covers some thought-provoking ideas to get you questioning what divides us and what unites us.

Looky Looky Here Comes Cooky film screening — SBS
Presenter, co-writer and slam poet Steven Oliver takes the audience on an incredible and scenic journey across Australia from the cliffs of Kurnell to the Torres Strait. As he travels the land interrogating Cook’s legacy, he poses the question - in 2020, does Australia have a blurred history of Cook?

Jala Jala Treats, RRP $12.50
The only product of its kind within Victoria. In Wajarri language Jala Jala means ‘very good’ and the sweets live up to expectation.

  

January 'Survival Day' information booklet
Created by ours truly, a nine page information booklet that deep dives into what Survival Day means, why it is important to change the date, historical facts and ways to respond in those awkward conversations. The booklet also has small activities to prompt emotional understanding as an ally.

 

Survival Day 26 Jan, festival information
Our Songlines and Our Dilly Bags are hosting an intimate family fun day. We are gathering together to promote First Nations strength, community spirit and values. This family event is open to all allies and First Nations people to participate in cultural activites.

'Change the Date' sticker, RRP $5
A beautifully designed sticker to show your unity. We want to celebrate. Change the date, not the day.