Video: A brunette woman wearing a blue Indigenous Literacy Foundation T-shirt speaks at a lectern. She addresses young Indigenous students. At her side is a blond man in a Foundation shirt. The slogan 'Reading opens doors' is printed on a banner.
Video: 'Shelley Ware, Yankunytjatjara/Wirangu Country Indigenous Literacy Foundation Ambassador'. Colourful picture books are displayed on a tall shelving unit.
Shelley: One of my greatest joys about working with the ILF is that I get to be involved with the Create program. We get to meet every year with these amazing students.
Video: Seated at a table, the blond man and Indigenous students have an animated discussion. The students study papers. Later, a group smiling students gather at the lectern. Seated young women clutch paperbacks.
Shelley: We come together and we write a book in a week, and we watch the children develop over the week into authors. It's pretty beautiful, and they walk out with the book and everyone in community is waiting for them to see the book. Everyone is so excited, and the girls are just so proud of what they've achieved. What I love about Australia Post's involvement is that, you know, we support Australia Post as a community, and it's beautiful to see that they support us as a community and give back.
Video: The left side of a split screen shows the Australia Post logo in white on a red background. On the right, in blue text on a white background, are the words 'Proud partner' and the Indigenous Literacy Foundation logo.