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Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Culture, zDeceased
Summary
Tjawa Tjawa is a traditional story from Western Australia about a group of women who travelled from Roebourne to the Great Sandy Desert in search of husbands.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Health and education, Media history, zDeceased
Summary
Pilbara and Kimberley BRACS (Broadcasting for Remote Aboriginal Communities Scheme) follow the Western route North of WA and along the way visit communities and community radio stations.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Culture, Media history, Music Recordings, Oral history, zDeceased
Summary
The NAIDOC flag raising of 1998 in Broome.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings, zDeceased
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings, zDeceased
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings, zDeceased
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings, zDeceased
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Culture, Oral history, zDeceased
Summary
Two women (Wittadong Mulardy and Shirley Spratt) talk about the Larrtkarti Tree, and it's history and meaning to them.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Culture, Oral history, zDeceased
Summary
This documentary is built around a series of interviews with seven Nyul Nyul / Jabirr Jabirr "Saltwater People" cultural bosses who describe the cultural genocide they and their forebears suffered when the church stopped the use of language and culture.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Culture, Oral history, zDeceased
Summary
A beautiful video from the Uunguu Rangers about working on Wunumbal Gaambera Country.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Culture, Oral history, zDeceased
Summary
In the middle of the night Babiduwarrida was sleeping, he was dreaming a song (Maru). This song was travelling to him, coming from a spiritual place called Yatangal.