PFFP Memory Project commissioned and produced the First Nations Sand Map for an event held on May 27, 2017, to mark the former Kamballa and Taldree Children's Shelter at Parramatta Girls Home.
Veronica Dobson is an Aboriginal scholar. She grew up walking eastern Arrernte country with her family and seeks to bridge Arrernte and European ways, but there are many challenges.
The songs tell stories about the lives of Gurindji people who lived and worked at Wave Hill station before they began a protest against poor conditions in 1966.
Jordan is learning how the tech hub of Shenzhen has taken its 30 years of global manufacturing dominance and turned it into genuine, world leading innovation in hardware and robotics.
The program ventures to Yam Island, the home of Australia's first Torres Strait Islander MP, Cynthia Lui, to find out how a shy young girl from one of the country's most remote communities became a state political leader.
From life on the missions in Yass to now, this program captures Aunty Agnes' life as a survivor of racism, a caring mother and grandmother, and a strong advocate for her community.
Filmed in Alyawarr country, this is a moving revelation of women's sense of relaxed oneness with their country and of maintaining a lifestyle from the old days before white man came.
In episode 1 Jordan is venturing to Beijing to see how world leading universities, daring venture capitalists and government policy is helping to create the 'Silicon Valley' of China in Zhongguancun.
He's been a world champion boxer and former rugby league player. Now he's a mental health campaigner who's out to defy the enemy within. Karla Grant sits down with Wiradjuri man Joe Williams to talk about his success and achievements as a gifted athlete, and his battles with addiction and severe mental illness. In this candid interview, Joe shares his harrowing journey which has now been documented in his autobiography titled Defying The Enemy Within.
Joe's background & struggles with mental illness & alcohol abuse.
Joe describes his breakdown and attempt to take his own life. He also describes the relief he felt when everyone finally found out that he had been struggling.
A moving and powerful portrait of a young woman trapped in a cycle of violence, hopelessness and despair. She meets a mystery mentor who could change everything.
Australia's longest running Indigenous current affairs program, bringing compelling human stories and looking in-depth at some of the most important issues affecting Indigenous Australians.
In 2010, the Collard family from WA's wheat belt embarked on legal action against the government of Western Australia in the state's first stolen generation compensation claim case.
Our anthems showcase iconic songs for this lands First Peoples from some of our very best song men and women.
The road to becoming one of our most respected actors didn't come easy. Taken from his mother as an infant, he's battled addiction, homelessness, and spent time behind bars.
Sylvia Nulpinditj explains how raykay (water chestnuts) are collected from billabongs, and this is a part of the Djurrpun manikay (evening star songline).
The name Percy Hobson may not be familiar to some. In 1962, the shy lad from Bourke in north-west NSW became the first Aboriginal athlete to win a Commonwealth Games gold medal.
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