Items tagged “Indigenous”
Pat Anderson & Justin Mohamed
Social justice trailblazer Pat Anderson AO talks about sharing the Uluru Statement from the Heart with multicultural communities, and working toward translating it into more than 60 languages; and Justin Mohamed, Victorian Commissioner…
Primal Screen: Choreography In Film With Stephen Page
Stephen Page, a descendant of the Nunukul people and the Munaldjali clan of the Yugambeh Nation from Southeast Queensland, has been the Artistic Director of Bangarra Dance Theatre since 1991. He choreographed the…
NAIDOC week on NITV
SBS Director of Indigenous Content Tanya Denning-Orman talks to fill-in host Paul Gorrie about NITV's NAIDOC Week lineup.
With presenter Paul Gorrie, filling in for Daniel James.
Amazing news: The Mission’s Daniel James has won the Excellence in Indigenous Broadcasting award from the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia!
Future Dreaming; and Djab Wurrung destruction
Kent Morris, CEO of The Torch, talks about the online exhibition ‘Future Dreaming’ featuring artworks created within Victorian prisons during the pandemic; and Djab Wurrung woman Sissy Eileen Austin expresses her grief for…
The Mission: Sissy Austin On The Destruction Of A Sacred Tree On Djab Wurrung Country
Djab Wurrung woman Sissy Austin wrote the piece “The destruction of a sacred tree on Djab Wurrung country has broken our hearts” for The Guardian. She joins fill-in host Paul Gorrie (co-host…
Trees in southeast Australian Aboriginal cultures; and ‘Music Culture Change.’
Dr Brian Martin talks about a new project aiming to produce an Indigenous-led study on the significance of trees in southeast Australian Aboriginal cultures; and Luke Briscoe, aka DJ DIMULJI (MYSTIC) chats about…
The Greens, the Uluru Statement, and Deadly Science
Lawyer and researcher Eddie Synot comments on the Greens changed position on the Uluru Statement From The Heart; and NSW 2020 Young Australian Of The Year Corey Tutt chats 'Deadly Science' and his…
The Mission: Jefa Greenaway On First Nations Architecture
Indigenous architect Jefa Greenaway talks to Daniel James about how First Nations sensibilities can add value to the constructed environment and community cohesion.