Living Black

2018
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Season 26 Episode 13 - The Woman Of Cook - Cynthia Lui

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Living Black ventures to Yam Island, the home of Australia's first Torres Strait Islander MP, Cynthia Lui, to find out how a shy young girl from one of the country's most remote communities became a state political leader.
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Season 26 Episode 11 - Hunter Page-Lochard

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At 25, Hunter Page-Lochard has already had a stellar career. Best known for his role Koen West in the science fiction drama ‘Cleverman’, Hunter has also starred in ‘Wentworth’ and has appeared in the films ‘The Sapphires’ and ‘Bran Nue Dae’. Karla Grant sits down to chat with Hunter about his life and career, how he gets h...
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Season 26 Episode 8 - Canada's Missing Women

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In September 2016 the Canadian government launched an independent National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. Walkley Award winning SBS journalist Laura Murphy-Oates went to the small community of Sagkeeng First Nation, 120km north of Winnipeg, Manitoba to follow a family on a nine year search fo...
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Season 26 Episode 4 - Classic Wallabies Exchange

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The Classic Wallabies have created a fellowship to provide young Indigenous Australians a chance to visit South Africa and work alongside local people developing highly innovative community schools.
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Season 26 Episode 3 - Strong Women

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NAIDOC 2018 celebrates the invaluable contributions Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made and continue to make to our communities, our families and our history with the theme ‘Because of Her We Can’. While their role in society has often been invisible, unsung or diminished – Living Black reporter Nakari Th...
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Season 26 Episode 2 - Noel Pearson

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Noel Pearson is a lawyer, academic, land rights activist and founder of the Cape York Land Council and Cape York Institute for policy and leadership. Widely known for his strong views on Indigenous policy, Noel has always advocated for a shift in direction when it comes to welfare reform, substance abuse, child protection,...
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Season 25 Episode 10 - Kevin Rudd: Ten Years After The Apology

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It has been 10 years since Kevin Rudd made his famous speech on the 13th February 2008 in the Federal Parliament when he formally apologised to Indigenous Australians for the forced removal of children from their families, also known as the Stolen Generations. It was a historic moment in the nation’s history and a moment t...
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Season 25 Episode 9 - Warren Mundine

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Warren Mundine talks to Karla Grant about the road ahead for our First Nations people after the Federal Government rejected the key recommendation of enshrining an Indigenous voice to Parliament.
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Season 25 Episode 8 - Thomas Mayor

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Thomas Mayor is a young Indigenous leader who knows what it takes to fight for human rights. Mayor is the branch secretary for the Northern Territory Maritime Union and co-chair of the Uluru Working Group. Living Black host Karla Grant speaks to Thomas Mayor about the importance of Australia going to a Referendum and the m...
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Season 25 Episode 7 - Mungo Man Returns

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Australia's oldest human has finally been returned home after spending more than 40 years at Canberra’s National Museum of Australia. A crowdfunding effort by Indigenous leaders from across the nation, the Melbourne community and the archaeologist who discovered the remains of Mungo Man made this possible with a Return to ...
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