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Kokatha Mula Nation (Australia)

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[Kokatha Mula Nation flag]
image contributed by Bronwyn Coleman Sleep, 11 Apr 2006

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Kokatha Mula Nation flag

Bronwyn Coleman Sleep of the Kokatha Mula nation in western South Australia has been in touch with me about their people's new flag. She says that they are in the process of getting the design made up as a flag, and that there will probably be an official launch soon in Adelaide. The flag has an 'ochre' background, with a circular device in the centre. The device has a white background, a double line black border, and features the words "KOKATHA MULA NATION", a large black five pointed star, seven smaller stars forming the Pleiades and an Aboriginal man with a spear and a red headband and a woman with a yellow headband holding a child sitting in front of a fire.

Jonathan Dixon, 11 April 2006

After confirmation from the senior law men and women, Bronwyn has provided an explanation of the symbolism of the flag:

"The flag symbolises each of our place within the circle of life, immersed in our culture, embraced in the universe under the creator and the sacredness that's espoused."
Jonathan Dixon, 22 May 2008