‘Always Was, Always Will Be, Aboriginal Land’ – Written and Performed by Getano Bann.

‘Always Was, Always Will Be, Aboriginal Land’ – Written and Performed by Getano Bann.

Getano Bann Singer, Song Writer, Story Teller, Registered Music Therapist GETANO was raised on the banks of the Pioneer River in his home town of Mackay, North Queensland, Australia. Music, dance, storytelling and humour were an influential and integral part of his childhood, growing up in an extended Torres Strait Islander Family. “My Father was…

What is Knowledge Exchange?
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What is Knowledge Exchange?

For many people of Australia, apart from the First Peoples (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders), have arrived from the many diverse cultural places and with deep historical narratives. Australia today is a vibrant, INTERCULTURAL country. We are home to the world’s oldest continuous cultures, as well as Australians who identify with more than 270 ancestries….

Some books worth reading (Pt.1)
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Some books worth reading (Pt.1)

We are going to compile a list of recommended books and films. We would love for your input and suggestions, so we can compile a definitive list here on our site. Please assist us by contacting us here Contradicts the conventional wisdom that native peoples were primitive hunter-gatherers History has portrayed Australia’s First Peoples, the…

Special edition of Walk in 3 Worlds Poem
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Special edition of Walk in 3 Worlds Poem

Walk in 3 Worlds Poem. This is a special edition with extra footage of the life, so far, of Kitch Wesche to Taitu’uga.An inspirational story of his life, following his ancestors culture, stories and language. Taitu’ugas transformation through traditional initiation (tatua) and those who helped him along the way to see the way forward.This is…

Australianitus
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Australianitus

Poem written and spoken by Greg Dodge  Inspired by Rupert McCalls “Green and Gold Malaria” The hour would soon arrive when I could no longer ignore the pain. I was obviously hurting, so I went to visit Doctor Lane. This regular appointment would adjudicate my fate. I walked into his room and I gave it…