Aunty Beryl is 83 years old – a mother of 10 with five children still living. She is a grandmother and great-grandmother, and Aunty to many people from all cultures and walks of life. She is one of the last Ngiyeempaa-speaking Elders left in her community. She has fought for her Country all her life and she still does. She has always fought for education. She has fought for space in curriculum and she has fought for space in the topographic creases of our University maps. She is a tireless fighter for her people and for reconciliation between cultures. She is one of theTraditional Owners and Knowledge holders who has the cultural authority to speak for Ngiyeempaa Country.
|Title of host publication||Practice wisdom|
|Subtitle of host publication||Values and interpretations|
|Place of Publication||Rotterdam, The Netherlands|
|Publisher||Koninklijke Brill NV|
|Number of pages||14|
|ISBN (Print)||9789004410473 , 9789004410480|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2019|