This NAIDOC Week, we want to showcase Indigenous voices.
Throughout this country, there are a plethora of Aboriginal Elders who are doing incredible things for their community, as well as spreading awareness and knowledge.
Many are now also using social media to share their voice - building a strong audience who are interested in learning more about First Nations people and their culture.
So with this in mind, we've rounded up six Aboriginal elders you can follow online, not only this NAIDOC Week, but throughout the year as well.
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Aunty Munya is an Aboriginal Elder, author and barrister. She is also co-Director of Evolve Communities, a trusted authority for Indigenous Cultural Awareness and Ally Training.
Recently, Mamamia spoke with Aunty Munya about her TikTok profile, and the content she shares. She has a regular video segment called 'Ask Aunty' where she shares insights into Aboriginal language and culture.