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Bitja Mulana (Fire Spirit) NAIDOC 2024 Lapel Pin (3 Pack)

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This year’s theme is Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud.

Our NAIDOC Week 2024 collection features our talented collaborating artists' reflection on and response to this year's theme. Each artist’s unique vision is a testament to the diversity of ways we celebrate Culture, Identity and Knowledge. Their rich artworks tell an individual and collective story that we are proud to share.

Our new jewellery selection is a subtle and sparkling way to get involved in NAIDOC Week celebrations. Featuring symbols and key pieces from this year's artwork collection, explore the range of necklaces, pins, and earrings and show your support. 

Product: Lapel Pin Pack
Materials: Gold-plated alloy with enamel detailing
Artwork: Bitja Mulana (Fire Spirit)
Artist: Merring-Jippa Murray

Bitja Mulana

Bitja Mulana means “fire spirit” in Yorta Yorta language and represents the strong voice of our people and communities in the continuing journey of fighting for injustices and self-determination. The strength and respect we must show to all and the unity and solidarity of the broader community to come together with First Nations people with a united voice, standing for truth and change. It represents an unapologetic proudness of who we are, where we come and the journeys we and our ancestors have taken. To be proud of our blakness, to stand tall and strong and to continue to dedicate ourselves to striving for better futures for our younger generations.

Merring-Jippa Murray

Yorta Yorta, Wamba Wamba, Dja Dja Wurrung and Kamilaroi woman

I am inspired by Aboriginal kinship totems which connect our people on a spiritual level to our mob, our country and our dreami... Learn more