In producing Noongar Dandjoo, Curtin media students elevate Aboriginal voices, sharing stories about inspirational people and talented artists, and discussing issues of current interest to the Noongar community.
Every year Curtin University students attend a transformative week ‘on-country’ with Elder Simon Forrest at Nowanup, in the Great Southern region of WA. Here they learn about Indigenous ways of knowing and doing.
Neil’s son, Lykiam, tells the story of his Dad’s time as a child at Roelands Mission.
Kim Farmer and Ted Kilmurray discuss the life and legacy of Indigenous AFL trailblazer, Graham “Polly” Farmer.
The City of Perth Prohibited Area
Damien Hassan and Stephen Kissane share the history of A.O. Neville’s ban on Indigenous people entering the City of Perth.
Panel Discussion – Governance
Elders Mingli McGlade and Uncle Ben Taylor join Michelle White to discuss their experiences growing and living under strict and often oppressive governance.
Panel Discussion – Noongar Language Revival
Charmaine Councillor and Coleen Sherratt discuss the importance of teaching and learning the Noongar language.
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