Adam Goodes on growing up Aboriginal
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Adam Goodes on growing up Aboriginal

Clip from The Australian Dream

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**Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following media resource may contain images and voices of people who have died.** Adam Goodes and Stan ...

**Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following media resource may contain images and voices of people who have died.** Adam Goodes and Stan Grant share their experiences of racism as children and growing up with dark skin.

Aboriginal ANZACs
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Aboriginal ANZACs

Clip from Lousy Little Sixpence

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Aboriginal soldiers returned from war to a country where they were not even considered citizens. This led to the founding of organisations for Aboriginal rights.

Aboriginal soldiers returned from war to a country where they were not even considered citizens. This led to the founding of organisations for Aboriginal rights.

Aboriginal Australians are asked 'What are you doing on January 26?'
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Aboriginal Australians are asked 'What are you doing on January 26?'

Clip from Ask Us Anything

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This clip from 'Ask us anything' shows the responses to the question 'What are you doing on January 26?'. How do the responses differ? How are they the same? Has Australia Day ...

This clip from 'Ask us anything' shows the responses to the question 'What are you doing on January 26?'. How do the responses differ? How are they the same? Has Australia Day always been held on January 26? What would be the implications of changing the date?

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?

Kakadu's Mountford songline rock art
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Kakadu's Mountford songline rock art

Clip from Going Places With Ernie Dingo

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Kakadu National Park tour guide Trevor Wie takes Ernie Dingo to the Mountford rock art site in Arnhem Land and interprets the songlines.

Kakadu National Park tour guide Trevor Wie takes Ernie Dingo to the Mountford rock art site in Arnhem Land and interprets the songlines.

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.

ABC Open: Mother Tongue
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ABC Open: Mother Tongue: Gurangatch v Mirragang

ABC Me April 14, 2020

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Aunty Val Mulcahy shares one of her favourite Dreamtime stories about the epic battle of the serpent and the tiger cat - Gurangatch and Mirragang

Aunty Val Mulcahy shares one of her favourite Dreamtime stories about the epic battle of the serpent and the tiger cat - Gurangatch and Mirragang

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.

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.

Adam and his mum begin their journey
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Adam and his mum begin their journey

Clip from Who Do You Think You Are? (Australia)

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Adam Goodes meets up with his mum to begin their journey to find out more about her past. Taken from her mother at age 5, Lisa knows nothing about her Aboriginal ancestors. It ...

Adam Goodes meets up with his mum to begin their journey to find out more about her past. Taken from her mother at age 5, Lisa knows nothing about her Aboriginal ancestors. It is painful for her to recollect being taken away and is not something she normally wants to discuss. Why do Adam and his mother know so little about their ancestors? How can knowing about your history and culture help your sense of identity? How might they find out more about their past?

Different views on Australia Day
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Different views on Australia Day

Clip from The Australian Dream

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**Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following media resource may contain images and voices of people who have died.** This clip from The ...

**Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following media resource may contain images and voices of people who have died.** This clip from The Australian Dream looks at the different ways Australians celebrate, reflect or mourn on January 26th. Adam Goodes spends time with the wider community at Yabun festival.

Cooking in Kalkarindji
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Cooking in Kalkarindji

NITV January 25, 2019

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Men of Kalkarindji show how to prepare kangaroo tail on the fire.

Men of Kalkarindji show how to prepare kangaroo tail on the fire.

Aboriginals relocated to Oyster Cove
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Aboriginals relocated to Oyster Cove

Clip from First Australians

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In 1847 the colonial government moves surviving 47 Indigenous Tasmanians to a condemned convict settlement, Oyster Cove, in response to complaints of mistreatment at Flinders ...

In 1847 the colonial government moves surviving 47 Indigenous Tasmanians to a condemned convict settlement, Oyster Cove, in response to complaints of mistreatment at Flinders Island.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Mother Tongue: GunaiKurnai

ABC Me June 13, 2017

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This is a story about a dynamic group of women who are reviving the GunaiKurnai language throughout East Gippsland in Victoria.

This is a story about a dynamic group of women who are reviving the GunaiKurnai language throughout East Gippsland in Victoria.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Yaama Ghubhii: Connect Song

ABC Me May 2, 2017

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Connection song that welcomes people to Gamillaroi Land in traditional language, sung by students from a local Public School.

Connection song that welcomes people to Gamillaroi Land in traditional language, sung by students from a local Public School.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: My Language: Gathang

ABC Me September 7, 2017

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Jeremy Saunders talks about the importance of revitalising endangered languages and how he has been going about it.

Jeremy Saunders talks about the importance of revitalising endangered languages and how he has been going about it.