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News and stories for SA Aboriginal Nations

Aboriginal Way Radio - 6 September 2019 - Working with Aboriginal children in care

Tracy Rigney says that the Department of Child Protection is “leaning in” to work with the Aboriginal community, is seeking to increase cultural responsiveness among staff through a new Reconciliation Action Plan and Aboriginal Employment Plan and is taking action to benefit Aboriginal families in line with its departmental Aboriginal Action Plan.

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Artists Emerging at Our Mob

A wide variety of artworks by South Australian Aboriginal artists are now on display at the Adelaide Festival Centre with this year's Our Mob exhibition. Sonya Rankine, Elizabeth Close, Greg Burgoyne and Linda Bromley reflect on what their work means to them and what it shares about their identity and culture.


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Look again at Dark Emu

Bruce Pascoe’s Young Dark Emu, a beautiful new version of his award winning and influential book Dark Emu uses first-hand accounts of early European explorers, colonists and farmers, to argue for us to look again at the ‘hunter-gatherer’ label that was given to pre-colonial Aboriginal people.

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Aboriginal Way Radio - 30 August 2019 - Our Mob artists

Today we hear from some artists who are showing their work at the Our Mob exhibition of works by South Australian First Nations artists. Greg Burgoyne, Linda Bromley and Don Dunstan Emerging Artist Award recipient Sonya Rankine speak to Lucy Kingston about their art practice and how it relates to their personal stories, culture and identity.

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