Songify your day- Community Intercultural songwriting week @ Caboolture
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Songify your day- Community Intercultural songwriting week @ Caboolture

Songify Your Day This singing and song-writing pilot project provided an exciting opportunity for 2 local musicians,Greg Dodge and Mira Chorik, to support and collaborate with Council’s Community Developmentteam, The University of Queensland School of Music, and the Community Action for a MulticulturalSociety (CAMS) program. Delivered in April, the project aims to better understand the…

Blak, Black, Blackfulla: Language is important, but it can be tricky – great useful article
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Blak, Black, Blackfulla: Language is important, but it can be tricky – great useful article

By Jack Latimore – In this SMH article If you followed the last year’s Black Lives Matter uprisings, you will have noticed the word Blak being used by writers and commentators in Australia. Perhaps you dismissed it as a spelling error, or just considered it a bit of a head-scratcher until the next curio snagged…

Creation, Colonisation & Healing – Why Wunyungar’s Message Sticks are important | Documentary Extract
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Creation, Colonisation & Healing – Why Wunyungar’s Message Sticks are important | Documentary Extract

Wunyungar – Alwyn Doolan’s, Gooreng Gooreng and Wakka Wakka man, three Message Sticks represent Creation, Colonisation and Healing. He has walked through 50 First Nations across the land, so called Australia, to create these three Message Sticks. This video is a statement and story for all those who wish to know more. He set off…

Wi3W – Ep. 24 – Natalie Lazaroo, born a Kristang, navigating life in Australia – speaks with Greg
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Wi3W – Ep. 24 – Natalie Lazaroo, born a Kristang, navigating life in Australia – speaks with Greg

Natalie Lazaroo is a Kristang (creole ethnic group of mixed Portuguese and Malaccan descent) woman originally from Singapore, where growing up Kristang was a constant negotiation of identity, culture, and place, especially as an ethnic minority group.

How to be a good Indigenous ally

How to be a good Indigenous ally

Pic: Ed Sheeran performs at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, wearing an Aboriginal flag t-shirt. Source: WireImage OPINION: How do you cross that invisible line that takes you from being in the Aboriginal ‘good books’ to being on the s**t list?, writes Summer May Finlay – article from NITV How can non-Indigenous people be a useful ally to…

Kitch – Taitu’uga

Kitch – Taitu’uga

Over the past 18 years, KITCH has performed in creative collaborations across Australia, and Canada. Beginning his career as a Beat Boxer, he has now evolved through Dance Music to EDM through to his cultural expression as a Samoan creative. Strong in his Samoan culture and language, KITCH (Taitu’uga) is now a Talking High Chief…

Wi3W – Ep. 22 – Uncle Alan Parsons and Andrew Schulz speak about Goondeen, a new Outback Museum in Charleville and lots more
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Wi3W – Ep. 22 – Uncle Alan Parsons and Andrew Schulz speak about Goondeen, a new Outback Museum in Charleville and lots more

About Uncle Alan Parsons (Hear Uncle Alan on our very first Podcast here) Alan C. Parsons was born in Charleville and has traditional links to the Bidjira/Yiman people in Central Queensland. Alan is a recognised visual artist who was encouraged to explore his talents and discovered a strong cultural affinity to his artistic expression. Alan…