Rangers' pride in outback preservation
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Rangers' pride in outback preservation

Clip from Totally Wild

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We see a team of rangers who protect Australia's remote outback land. Checking on croc eggs, protecting Indigenous artwork found on rocks, and caring for the environment in ...

We see a team of rangers who protect Australia's remote outback land. Checking on croc eggs, protecting Indigenous artwork found on rocks, and caring for the environment in general are all in a day's work. Passing on this knowledge to junior rangers gives a sense of pride and the knowledge that the land will be in good hands in the future.

Indigo Ellis
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Indigo Ellis

Clip from BtN Newsbreak

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Meet the upcoming Aboriginal singer Indigo Ellis (13) who shares her lost connections with the Stolen Generation and tries to reconnect with music.

Meet the upcoming Aboriginal singer Indigo Ellis (13) who shares her lost connections with the Stolen Generation and tries to reconnect with music.

Children learn Indigenous dance
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Children learn Indigenous dance

Clip from Totally Wild

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Scott Bidmead meets some young Aboriginals who are learning traditional dances at a workshop ahead of performing at Adelaide Oval.

Scott Bidmead meets some young Aboriginals who are learning traditional dances at a workshop ahead of performing at Adelaide Oval.

New South Wales 150 year celebrations
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New South Wales 150 year celebrations

Clip from Lousy Little Sixpence

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Aboriginal people are forced to participate in a re-enactment of the arrival the British in 1788. The newsreel describes Australia before white man's arrival as 'a nameless ...

Aboriginal people are forced to participate in a re-enactment of the arrival the British in 1788. The newsreel describes Australia before white man's arrival as 'a nameless island' and applauds the 'progress' made since 1788. Do you agree with this view? Why or why not?

Indigenous death customs and the media
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Indigenous death customs and the media

Clip from Behind the News

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Following the death of Dr G Yunupingu, reporter Jack Evans investigates why images of the singer were blurred in the media and his first name omitted from reports. And the ...

Following the death of Dr G Yunupingu, reporter Jack Evans investigates why images of the singer were blurred in the media and his first name omitted from reports. And the ABC's Daniel Browning explains what "sorry business" is and how Indigenous communities express grief. (Contains images and voices of people who have died.)

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Mother Tongue: My Pride and Joy Stick

ABC Me May 3, 2017

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When Aunty Lee Healy decided to make the first dictionary for the Taungurung language she didn't know what she was in for.

When Aunty Lee Healy decided to make the first dictionary for the Taungurung language she didn't know what she was in for.

The Aboriginal-Afghan desert connection
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The Aboriginal-Afghan desert connection

Clip from Behind the News Special

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Students at an Islamic school in Melbourne are creating a mosaic for NAIDOC week, telling the story of how Afghan cameleers and Aboriginals traded goods and ideas in the desert.

Students at an Islamic school in Melbourne are creating a mosaic for NAIDOC week, telling the story of how Afghan cameleers and Aboriginals traded goods and ideas in the desert.

Kids who call the Torres Strait Islands home
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Kids who call the Torres Strait Islands home

Clip from Behind the News

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Head to the far north of Australia to find out more about the kids who call the Torres Strait home.

Head to the far north of Australia to find out more about the kids who call the Torres Strait home.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Mother Tongue: Wiradjuri

ABC Me May 30, 2017

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A language that's transforming a town. In Parkes each week, over 1000 people learn the Wiradjuri language, taught in every primary school as well as in high schools and at TAFE.

A language that's transforming a town. In Parkes each week, over 1000 people learn the Wiradjuri language, taught in every primary school as well as in high schools and at TAFE.

The One and Only
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The One and Only: Kurrunpa Kunpu

Season 1 Episode 5 ABC ME October 6, 2014

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The One and Only mini-documentary series explores what it's like to be a 'One and Only' contemporary Indigenous youth living in Australia today. Today, Kurrunpa Kunpu charts ...

The One and Only mini-documentary series explores what it's like to be a 'One and Only' contemporary Indigenous youth living in Australia today. Today, Kurrunpa Kunpu charts the meteoric rise of Derik Lynch's acting career, from growing up in a town camp to shaking hands with the Queen.

The One and Only
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The One and Only: Footsteps

Season 1 Episode 1 ABC ME October 5, 2014

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The One and Only mini-documentary series explores what it's like to be a 'One and Only' contemporary Indigenous youth living in Australia today. Today, Footsteps is a story ...

The One and Only mini-documentary series explores what it's like to be a 'One and Only' contemporary Indigenous youth living in Australia today. Today, Footsteps is a story about Arthur Hunter's personal journey from a small town to become his own man, through the exploration of sound-scapes that make up his past, present and his future.

Leaving home for the AFL
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Leaving home for the AFL

Clip from Behind the News Special

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Can you imagine leaving your home for a long period of time even to do something that's really cool A lot of Indigenous Australians who join the AFL end up going back home ...

Can you imagine leaving your home for a long period of time even to do something that's really cool A lot of Indigenous Australians who join the AFL end up going back home after a short time because having to leave everything behind and get used to a new culture and way of living can be difficult. Hear their stories and find out what's being done to make the transition a little smoother.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Ocean Rubbish Turned Into Marine Animals: Mackay, QLD

ABC Me May 23, 2017

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David Day has made over 40 pieces of art - turtles, stingrays, manta rays and fish - from ocean rubbish. Some pieces are purely made out of thongs, others made out of mixed ...

David Day has made over 40 pieces of art - turtles, stingrays, manta rays and fish - from ocean rubbish. Some pieces are purely made out of thongs, others made out of mixed marine debris.

Fighting racism with taekwondo
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Fighting racism with taekwondo

Clip from Behind the News Special

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Tanay is a taekwondo champion in her division and the first female Indigenous Australian to have this sort of success. She wants to pave the way for other Indigenous ...

Tanay is a taekwondo champion in her division and the first female Indigenous Australian to have this sort of success. She wants to pave the way for other Indigenous Australians so they know they can do whatever they set their mind to. She uses the lessons and principles of taekwondo to remind her to stand up for what's right and speak out against racism.

Putting an end to racism with taekwondo
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Putting an end to racism with taekwondo

Clip from Behind the News Special

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Tanay is an Australian champion in Taekwondo. She hopes she can be a role model to other Indigenous children, give them confidence to tackle racism and to show them that with ...

Tanay is an Australian champion in Taekwondo. She hopes she can be a role model to other Indigenous children, give them confidence to tackle racism and to show them that with determination you can achieve your highest goals.

Aboriginal astronomy the world's oldest
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Aboriginal astronomy the world's oldest

Clip from Behind the News Special

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The Wurdi Youang stone arrangement near Ballarat could be the oldest astronomy site in the world, and at 11,000 years old, the Wathaurung people could be the world's first ...

The Wurdi Youang stone arrangement near Ballarat could be the oldest astronomy site in the world, and at 11,000 years old, the Wathaurung people could be the world's first astronomers.

Indigenous sports stars
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Indigenous sports stars

Clip from Behind the News

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Meet some young Indigenous sportspeople and learn how they hope to one day follow in the footsteps of their heroes.

Meet some young Indigenous sportspeople and learn how they hope to one day follow in the footsteps of their heroes.

The goanna spirit of Sugarloaf
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The goanna spirit of Sugarloaf

Clip from ABC News Breakfast

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Dhanggati elder Bob Smith tells granddaughter Shaylan the legend of the goanna spirit that lives on Mount Sugarloaf (aka Barralbarayi).

Dhanggati elder Bob Smith tells granddaughter Shaylan the legend of the goanna spirit that lives on Mount Sugarloaf (aka Barralbarayi).