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Wakka and Minyawe at Kumpu Pirntily
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Culture, Media history
spear set up.JPG
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Culture, Media history
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
Music Recordings, zWorkSpace
Summary
“Seabird is diving, out in the bay, I’m watching the tide as the sun set behind me’. This song is a call to his people living in the town and leaving their homelands, finding it hard to afford food and forgetting their culture. Come home! It’
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings, zWorkSpace
Summary
Brendan Chaquebor lives in Djarindjin Community, a beautiful place where he shares his knowledge of local traditions with passing travellers. It’s a pristine country with the land providing all the people’s needs, a lifestyle that is determin
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings, zWorkSpace
Summary
A tender and moving song from the old days of the history of the Kimberley, old people passing away from the heavy hand of colonisation, kept in chains for spearing cattle, and how the new generation must be strong and keep their memory and culture alive.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings, zWorkSpace
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings, zWorkSpace
Summary
A breakup song! Told from a brother to a sister: ‘”Be strong little lady, we are here for you, you will get back on your feet and we will help you be strong”.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings
Summary
It’s about someone not having a good time, who used to be happy but now needs to let the past go and move on so they can find themselves again.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Culture, Oral history
Summary
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.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Culture, Oral history
Summary
A short animation about two old men and a whale.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Music Recordings
Summary
Saltwater Music Festival at the Divers Tavern 2018