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  1. In my Blood it Runs

    An intimate and compassionate observational documentary from the perspective of a 10-year-old Aboriginal boy in Alice Springs, Australia, struggling to balance his traditional Arrernte/Garrwa upbringing with a state education.

  2. Westwind: Djalu's Legacy

    (M) Didgeridoo master, keeper of an ancient dreaming, tribal elder: Djalu must pass on his sacred songlines. Are his sons ready? Djalu seeks a way forward - inspiring a custodian for the next generation by taking his music to the world.

  3. Undermined

    Australia's vast and unspoiled Kimberley region is under threat, with mining, pastoralism and irrigated agriculture driving an unprecedented land grab. 

  4. Video for Concerns for remote Aboriginal communities in Ahitereiria
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    Concerns for remote Aboriginal communities in Ahitereiria

    Covid has reached the remote areas of Australia's Aboriginal communities and its impact has been devastating. 

  5. Video for Victoria’s first Aboriginal senator wants treaty rights for first Australians
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    Victoria’s first Aboriginal senator wants treaty rights for first Australians

    Victoria's first Aboriginal senator says her country is suffering from an identity crisis.

  6. Video for Aboriginal children in state custody reminiscent of 'stolen generation'
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    Aboriginal children in state custody reminiscent of 'stolen generation'

    An Australian justice advocate says 'stolen generation' concerns are continuing to this day.

  7. Video for Healing wānanga set up for survivors of Stolen Generation
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    Healing wānanga set up for survivors of Stolen Generation

    Since the apology to Australia’s Stolen Generation in 2008, the Royal Commission has received almost 7000 applications for redress and there are questions around whether the process is effective. However, through self-driven cultural healing camps, they’ve started their own journey towards healing.

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    One of the country’s oldest Aboriginal heritage sites destroyed by mining blast

    Ancient Aboriginal heritage sites have been destroyed before the rock shelter’s full history could be uncovered, after mining company, Rio Tinto was granted legal permission to blast the more than 46,000-year-old site. 

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    Australia Day: Represents ongoing pain and suffering- Aboriginal Academic

    An Aboriginal academic from the Wiradjuri nation supports the call to change the date of Australia Day. January 26th was chosen because it marks the arrival of the First Fleet of British ships to Pork Jackson (modern day Sydney). Dr Jessa Rogers-Metuamate (Ngāti Wiradjuri) explains why this day, is a painful day for her people.

  10. Video for "I feel the love they have for the land,” says Māori teacher as indigenous Australian nations dance as one
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    "I feel the love they have for the land,” says Māori teacher as indigenous Australian nations dance as one

    A Māori teacher became the student as her host nation, the people of Yolngu Nation, danced on Milingimbi Island in Australia's Northern Territory as part of a special indigenous Nation Dance earlier this month. 

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