Emily Cullinan Australian, Pitjantjatjara, b. 1952

 

"When I was little, we used to do a lot of walking; we’d camp along the way to different countries. My dad was using a tjuki (digging stick) every day to help us find water. I know this country, like the way the old people that passed away before us knew it. I worked for many years teaching important stories about my country at Uluru. I met people from all over the world and worked with park rangers and other Anangu too; everybody together."