Victor Rostron of Wildfire Manwurrk talks to us about storytelling, protecting Country and keeping community strong — all through the power of music.
Learn about the history of this flag, and what it means to Aboriginal people across Australia.
Taking notice of the small stuff is an important part of First Nations thinking and notions of Country. This can be meditative and ground you in the present moment.
The Blak matriarchy is as staunch and unwavering as it is gentle and nurturing. So it makes sense that when First Nations women and gender diverse people come together, magic happens.
Connection, not colour, is at the heart of First Nations identities.
First Nations people are the knowledge keepers of some of the oldest forms of jurisprudence (philosophies of law).
Talei Elu is a Saibai Koedal woman from Seisia — a small Torres Strait Islander community in remote Cape York. We yarned with Talei for our 5 Changemakers, 5 Days campaign.
Mililma May is a staunch Danggalaba Kulumbirigin Tiwi woman and co-founder of UP. We yarned with Mililma for our 5 Changemakers, 5 Days campaign.
Presented by MusicNT, Bush Bands is an annual program that brings together two of Central Australia’s biggest music events: the Bush Bands Bash and Bush Bands Business.