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PAKAM Archive
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Community events, Culture, zWorkSpace
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PAKAM Archive
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Culture, Oral history
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Dunba is a Walmajarri man who was removed from family and brought to Beagle Bay in the 1950s at a very young age. Dunba was raised by the Palatine Brothers and priests as well as the St. John of God nuns. Dunba married Rosemary and they have five children
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PAKAM Archive
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Culture, Oral history
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This is a story about the Kwini Rock Art with Ian Waina who explains the meaning behind these ancient designs. (2010)
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PAKAM Archive
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Culture, Health and education
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Cherie Smiler describes bush medicine.
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PAKAM Archive
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Culture, Music Recordings, Music video clips
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A Frankie Shoveller song.
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PAKAM Archive
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Bush tucker, Culture, Land
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Merrilee Lands discribes bush food.
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PAKAM Archive
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Community, Culture, Media history
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Wati and the Ngarlis was produced by group of delegates at the 13th Remote Indigenous Media Festival held in Umuwa, South Australia in October 2011. It provides a "Charlie's Angels' perspective on the history and status of remote Indigenous Television.
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PAKAM Archive
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Culture, zDeceased
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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.
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PAKAM Archive
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Community, Culture, Oral history
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Brendan Chaquebor is a Bardi elder from Djarindjin community on the Dampier Peninsula and explains the 7 clans of the Bardi tribe, the Bardi rules of inheritance of responsibility for country and the importance of looking after country.
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PAKAM Archive
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Community, Culture, Oral history
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A short animation about two old men and a whale.
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PAKAM Archive
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Culture, Media history, Music Recordings, Oral history, zDeceased
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The NAIDOC flag raising of 1998 in Broome.
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PAW Media Archive
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Culture, Media history
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Animated Bush Mechanics