Day: June 28, 201728 / Jun / 2017
Next week America and her citizens from across the globe will be celebrating the 4th of July, also known as Independence Day. The 4th of July has been a federal holiday in the United States since 1941, however, the tradition of Independence Day can be traced as far back.28 / Jun / 2017
In the first week of July each year, Australia celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, cultures and communities, while acknowledging the valuable contributions they have made to our country. NAIDOC, which stands for ‘National Aboriginal and Islanders Day of Observance Committee’, began in 1957. Aboriginal organisations, state and.
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