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.
When the dancers from the Brisbane Murri school are sung a Bidjara Karingbal song that has lost its dance, they embark on a cultural exchange to give the song a new dance.
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.
Sylvia Nakachi is currently developing art and resources to mount an art exhibition showcasing Torres Strait Island life and culture at the Logan City Gallery.
A lawyer, a teacher, a mother and a mine worker all travel far and wide to compete in the national touch football league every Friday night.
Against the stunning backdrop of the Dampier Peninsula, north of Broome, young Bardi Jawi brothers must learn the skills of a fish trap by repairing the ancient ones that sit on their country.
Horn Island, or Narupai as it is known to the locals, is an island that has Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people living in it, it is the gateway to the Torres Strait.
Six Anmatyerre women from TI Tree, NT, meet up with Kam minority singers from China to perform at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Through song, the two groups learn about each other's culture.
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.
Mercedes 'Edi' Saaban (78) and Mary Drummond (83) live in Broome. They share their early memories, including being evacuated to Beagle Bay during the war.
NSW south coast Yuin elder Uncle Max Dulumunmum Harrison an initiated man is the knowledge holder and teaches the guides at Ngaran Ngaran.
When Jon Bell started writing what would become the six-part television series The Gods of Wheat Street, he had no road map or destination in sight. All he had was an idea.
Suzy Betts a Kokata, Wirangu and Mirning woman from Port Lincoln, South Australia, runs and operates camps for the Aboriginal students from Port Lincoln High School to take them back out on country.
Raised in the city and inspired to perform from a young age, Lisa Maza, a professional singer/actor heads north to her family reunion in Innisfail, focusing initially on one particular night.
Ali Cobby-Eckermann, a Yankunytjara/Kokatha award-winning poet and artist, shares her story of removal and connection, weaving history using found objects into instillations of awareness and healing.
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.
Lardil woman Renee Ngandawarrkirr Wilson goes in search of the history and the future of Songmen on Mornington Island.
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