Ambassador News Archives – Archie Roach

SONGLINES MIKE BOWERS/THE GLOBAL MAIL Stolen, Lost And Found By Bernard LaganOctober 26, 2012 Archie Roach has emerged from grief and illness to produce the album of a lifetime. The face is a little fuller, movement comes slower. A small tremor ripples across his hands. A slight cough betrays a recent illness. But the old presence […]

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Ambassador News Archives – Auntie Pat Leavy

I never thought I’d be a mother to more than 60 – ABC Gold & Tweed Coasts – Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 3 September, 2010 4:31PM AEST I never thought I’d be a mother to more than 60 By Solua Middleton Aboriginal Elder Aunty Patricia Leavy has opened her front door to kids who need a safe […]

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Ambassador News Archives – Andrea Mason

Interview with Yanyi Bandicha and Andrea Mason Posted on 25 September 2013 under Making Decisions & Radio Interviews. Tags: governance & women Interview with Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara interpretation Duration 47:09  |  Recorded on 9 September 2013. | Download Audio (13.4 MB) The Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Women’s Council is the peak organisation for Anangu women on the APY Lands (and in adjoining parts of Western Australia and the Northern Territory). Last […]

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Ambassador News Archives – Allan Sumner

Allan Sumner joins Dreamtime PR  October 18, 2013 Great news, Allan Sumner has joined Dreamtime PR as Client Services Coordinator. A descendant of the Ngarrindjeri, Kaurna, Yunkanytjatjara peoples, Allan has had extensive experience in the health sector, is an amazing artist, and facilitator of cultural tours and workshops. Allan will be in contact with all […]

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Ambassador News – Adam Goodes

Adam Goodes still hurting from schoolgirl’s racist slur during Collingwood game BY HOLLY BYRNES NATIONAL TV WRITER NEWS LIMITED NETWORK OCTOBER 27, 2013 12:00AM THE hurt is still there in Adam Goodes’ eyes, the trauma of being “cut deep” by a schoolgirl’s racist slur in an environment where he says he has always felt “safe.” Now, […]

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Ambassador News Archives – Kalil Aaron Vereen

Dance Umbrella – Choreographing the Diversity of Jamaica’s Dance Tanya Batson-Savage | Sunday, April 8th, 2012 Theatre Tags:   ‘Sulkari’ Performed by NDTC For four days in March over a dozen dance companies, studios, dance crews, high school dance troupes and independent dancers of Jamaica wove intricate patterns across the stage of the Phillip Sherlock […]

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