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Harry Sing - My Word
— June 24, 2009
This video was created for Harry Sing's retirement. It tells some of the stories of Harry's achievements during his 32 years as an Aboriginal Health Worker.
Photos from Harry Sing's farewell
— July 16, 2009
Harry Sing retired after 32 years as an Aboriginal Health Worker in the Top End of the Northern Territory of Australia. He was joined by family, friends and colleagues to celebrate. Family sat and taught children dancing while waiting, while colleagues talked. A number of speakers spoke of Harry's work before lunch was shared.
First Aboriginal Skipper At Sydney Ferries
— November 24, 2019
Ryan Champley is the first Aboriginal skipper/engineer at Sydney Ferries in its almost 150-year history.
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
Exile and The Kingdom Part 1
— September 09, 2011
In the beginning, when the world was soft, Creation beings lifted the earth out of the sea. Then the world became hard… Colonisation, slavery, mining booms… This is the story of the Aboriginal people of Roebourne, their Law, their tribal voice – their survival.
Sacred Life Walk 2007 - Come Together
Sacred Life Walk 2007
— July 02, 2007
On the 07/07/07, Yungarri Knuppanunka Aunty Sue Charles Rankin, Aboriginal Mother and Grandmother from the Kulin Nation, (Melbourne, Australia) in her fiftieth year will set off from Kaurna Country (Adelaide, South Australia), to walk a journey of 1,500 kilometers to Uluru in Australia’s Northern Territory to bring world-wide focus on Mother Earth changes and the continued deplorable treatment and living conditions of Aboriginal Peoples in the homelands of her Ancestors.
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