Born and bred Cherbourg Elder, Uncle Henry Hegarty, has a rich story to tell about his life, beginning when he left home at age 17.
Pearl Duncan is an elder on Bribie Island and a unique Aboriginal woman who has written a thesis with a difference. She investigated the use of humour in the survival of Aboriginal people.
Aunty Beryl Van-Oploo is a respected Elder of the Redfern community. She is a great advocate for providing opportunities for young Indigenous people.
Aunty Peggy Tidyman is a respected Elder in Logan, a leading member of the Logan District Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation for Elders.
Uncle Charlie Chambers was born in Cherbourg Aboriginal settlement in 1936. As a teenager he realised all he wanted to be was a drover. To do that, he only had one option: escape Cherbourg.
Dunba is a Walmajarri man who was removed from his family and brought to Beagle Bay in the 1950s at a very young age.
Naidoc Female Elder of the Year 2013, Rose Richards, a Yalangi and Tagalaga Elder from Far North Queensland has dedicated her life to improving the health and well being of children and mothers.
Uncle Alan Wilson is a respected Kokatha and Wirangu Elder living in Port Lincoln, takes us through the community and educates us of the horrific Aboriginal massacre in Elliston that occurred in 1849.
Agnes Abbott is an Eastern Arrernte elder from Central Australia who reflects on some of her remarkable experiences growing up and running away and her battle to keep her culture and community safe.
Anangu Traditional Owner Frank Young was born and grew up in the beautiful surrounds of Watarru, in the APY Lands of north-west South Australia. Watarru is one of the most remote areas of Australia.
Arthur Malcolm was the first Aboriginal bishop in the Anglican Church of Australia. Malcolm served as bishop to the Aboriginal peoples of northern Queensland until his retirement in 2000.
Euphemia Bostock is a proud Munanjali-Bundjalung Woman and Elder. Affectionately known as 'Phemie', she has shared her artistic journey with us in the landscape of the Australian art scene.
Uncle Magpie is a Minyunabul Yuganbeh songman from the Tweed. He was given the songs by a favourite uncle. As a child he was always singing and that's why his uncles called him Magpie.
NSW south coast Yuin elder Uncle Max Dulumunmum Harrison an initiated man is the knowledge holder and teaches the guides at Ngaran Ngaran.
Aunty Valda Coolwell is one of Brisbane's most respected and well-known elders. She was one of the first elders to give an official acknowledgement of country after the Mabo decision passed.
Johnny Huckle, a Wiradjuri elder was raised on an Aboriginal reserve 2km from Condobolin. He was run over by a car at the age of 10 and lived a childhood of torment and glares.
Ross is one of the last known respected Wajarri Elder, Songman. He will talk about his language, significant sites and culture in his beloved country, Wajarri.
Derby in a time when men dominated the political and social scene of this town, we find that a group of women made up of sisters bucked the trend to form an all-female cricket team.
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