Sharna has turned 21 and decides to cross something off her bucket list and face her fear of heights.
Told against the backdrop of the forced resettlement of Indigenous people, filmmaker Rosie Bonnie Ammaaq sees her beloved Baffin Island transformed into the world's largest open-pit iron mine.
Fresh out of the academy, White Cop experiences his first taste of Aboriginal community life as Black Cop puts him to the test.
Inspired by real events experienced by Aboriginal workers in the 1970s at the Baryulgil asbestos mine in NSW, a woman recalls happier times before her life was ruined by something nobody could see.
In October 2017, descendants of Aboriginal soldiers who fought as part of the World War I Palestine campaign, gathered in Israel to mark the 100-year anniversary of the battle of Beersheba.
Three Aboriginal women who served in the military in the 1970s and '80s discuss how their lives were changed by being in the armed forces and what challenges they faced.
Jimmy Edgar is a Yawuru traditional elder from Broome in Western Australia. Jimmy showcases his land and shows us some nature bush honey from the tree.
Murrundindi is an Aboriginal zookeeper at the Healesville Sanctuary Zoo and a proud traditional owner of the Wurrundjeri nation in Victoria.
Lindsay Thomas is a traditional owner of the Nukunu in Port Augusta South Australia. His people belong to the Southern end of The Flinders Ranges.
Beryl Carmichael is an elder of the Ngiyeempaa tribe in New South Wales. Her land has many large inland lakes which she explains their stories.
Linton Burgess is a traditional owner of the Lutrawita tribe of Tasmania. He showcases his country from the highest point and takes us to see a healing octopus tree.
The Mills family are a well-known Larrakia family from the top end in Darwin, Northern Territory. These traditional owners have managed to maintain their language and stories of country.
Homelessness is something that affects many Australians, and Indigenous Australians are over represented in the homeless population with over 26,000 experiencing homelessness. In this special, Karla Grant sits down with actor, musician and writer Uncle Jack Charles to talk about his time living on the streets and how he overcame hardship to become one of our most respected actors.
Joseph Edgar is a traditional owner of Karrajarri tribe in The Kimberleys. His people are salt water people who rely heavily on the coast for not only a food a source but also cultural activities.
Yaraan Bundle is a young Gunditjmara woman from Victoria who is keeping her culture alive through the stories of her land such as tribal boundaries, animal movements and significant Aboriginal sites.
Jeffrey Lee is a traditional owner of the Djok Clan in the Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory. He has just recently saved his land from being mined by International mining giants.
Jason Brown is a Darriebrllum elder from the Bundaberg region in Queensland. He lives on Patty Island just outside the city and shows us his tribe's boundaries and some carved rocks.
The rate of Indigenous child removal has increased at an exponential rate since then-prime minister Kevin Rudd delivered the apology to the Stolen Generations in 2008. In After the Apology, four Aboriginal grandmothers challenge government policies to bring their grandchildren home. Their grassroots actions spearhead a national movement to curb the skyrocketing rates of child removal.
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