Did you realise that all the content on TikTok, like most social media sites and apps, is owned by the company? Gruen looks at the influence of videos going viral and who actually benefits financially from these videos.
From the Academy Award winning documentary short 'Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone', a young girl explains why she loves the skate school and how her older sister cannot leave the house, now that she is 13. Coming from a strict family, her sister must follow the rules and not leave the house.
Former National Indigenous Youth Parliament prime minister Aretha Brown explains how Aboriginal people from Menindee mission were forced to perform in the re-enactment of the arrival of the First Fleet in Australia in 1788 for the sesquicentenary in 1938.
Political cartoonists have a field day with the Federal Government's announcement of a 'gas-fired recovery'. Consider the imagery in the cartoons, look at the size and positioning of different politicians. How do the cartoonists tell a story and demonstrate relationships with a simple image? How do some of the cartoons and images refer to previous moments in history eg; bushfires and the Copenhagen climate change conference.
Cathy Freeman reflects on the importance of her Indigenous identity in her athletics career, and reactions to her decision to celebrate her 1994 Commonwealth Games gold medal win by carrying both the Aboriginal and Australian flags. Discussion questions: Why was carrying the Aboriginal flag as part of Freeman's celebration controversial at the time? How were reactions to Adam Goodes' "war dance" celebration similar or different?
Producer Sarah Steel joins Today Extra to discuss why she started the Let's Talk About Sects podcast, some of the reasons people end up in cults, and the trial of Nxivm founder Keith Raniere.
Principals and teachers incorporate culture and community to help encourage Aboriginal children to stay at school. Learn how this approach, coupled with employing teachers with Aboriginal backgrounds, has also led to greater numbers of Aboriginal students enrolling in university courses and gaining employment after finishing school.
Learn about what foods produce the most greenhouse gases and what substitutes you can make with Craig.
Food waste creates a greenhouse gas called methane. Learn why cows and meat produce the most methane.
Follow Craig while he finds out how we can reduce methane production.
Steven Oliver asks the question 'What did you learn about Cook at school?'. Listen to the responses and the lyrics of the song. How do these perspectives challenge the traditional narrative of Australian history taught in schools for years?. How do you feel about people posing the theory that if Cook had not colonised Australia someone else would have?
Alice Skye explains why it is important to her to reclaim the language of her people in a respectful way. She does this through this song but it is only the first time she has used language in her music, why has she been reluctant to use language in the past? Where was Ebenezer mission? What happened there?
After becoming shipwrecked on the Great Barrier Reef, Cook and his crew encounter the local people. The encounter is at first peaceful but this doesn't last. Steven chats with local Cooktown residents to hear their views and stories about the arrival of Cook in 1768. Mo' Ju explains how she was inspired to write her song about the arrival of Cook and experiences of black people since colonisation.
Do you know how your carbon footprint is impacting the climate? Craig shows Australians what their carbon footprint actually looks like.
Craig gives Australians a visual look at carbon emissions cars, planes and other vehicles produce.
Craig gives Australian's a powerful message about carbon emissions. He tries to talk to the Australian Prime minister to combat this issue.
Follow Craig as he visits Oatlands Public school where students are on a mission to reduce their carbon footprint and become climate warriors.
The 7.30 team have a look at the future of jobs in manufacturing, energy and technology post Covid-19.
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