From an episode of Vocal MinorityPresented by Bez Zewdie and Jim Malo

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Vocal Minority: Genocide, Slavery And Apartheid With Nathan 'Mudyi' Sentance

"A lot of people – especially non-Indigenous people – feel this guilt, but they should question why they feel this guilt. And if they do feel these negative emotions, they should channel it into something positive to create change. That's what history and memory work should be about, creating change." – Nathan 'Mudyi' Sentance

GENOCIDE: Episode 3 of Vocal Minority features Nathan 'Mudyi' Sentance – aka the ‘Archival Decolonist’ – a Wiradjuri man, project officer in First Nations programming at the Australian Museum, and a member of the Indigenous Archive Collective. He chats with Bez and Jim about the importance of centring Blak voices and perspectives within cultural and memory institutions (i.e. museums, libraries and galleries) and Australia's history of genocide and slavery.

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