The QUO - First Nations
 5 young people on why Australia needs to do better
25 January 2018
26 January has arrived. We interviewed five young Australians on the kinds of conversations they think we should be having today.
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Blak Markets fight against the fake Aboriginal art trade
14 December 2017
Barangaroo NSW, Australia
The proliferation of fake Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art is not just theft, it's cultural theft.
Indigenous disadvantage hits home
29 November 2017
Belmore Park, Hay Street, Haymarket NSW, Australia
Indigenous homelessness is a conversation we need to be having more often.
Deciding To Make A Difference
10 November 2017
Jilkminggan NT, Australia
Deciding To Make A Difference are tackling the problem of plastic pollution and the rural housing shortage.
NITV introduces Little J & Big Cuz
15 August 2017
SBS, Herbert Street, Artarmon NSW, Australia
NITV's new animation Little J & Big Cuz is historic. Focusing on Australian Indigenous kids' transition to school, Tanya Orman discusses how it helps to demystify and celebrate Indigenous culture.
Beyond Clinton's Walk for Justice
01 August 2017
Perth WA, Australia
Clinton Pryor, a young Wajuk, Baradung, Kija and Yulparitja man, is only a few months away from completing his walk from Perth to Canberra to put First Nations' issues at the forefront of the national agenda.
Rise and indigenise with Sarain Carson-Fox
29 July 2017
“People have been telling our stories of resistance from a colonial perspective for hundreds of years now and I think it’s important for us to take back the narrative.”
Coranderrk: A 140-year-old story still breaking boundaries
21 July 2017
Riverside Theatres, Parramatta NSW, Australia
In 1881 a First Nations community challenged the Aboriginal Protection Board in an attempt to continue their self-sustaining farming on the Coranderrk Aboriginal Reserve. Adapted from transcripts of the Victorian government's inquiry into the matter, Corandeerk is a landmark play exploring themes of belonging, self-determination and identity.
What does NAIDOC mean to you?
21 July 2017
Parramatta NSW, Australia
Keegan interviewed five Indigenous Australians on what NAIDOC means to them in the Darug heartland of Baramada, now known as Parramatta.
11 Candles in Jail
21 July 2017
Divya questions the viability of a youth justice system that criminalises children from a disturbingly young age, and seems to have lost sight of its purpose.
First Nations' Grief in a One Woman Play
16 June 2017
Redfern NSW, Australia
"I think one of the biggest struggles we face as Indigenous artists is that we consistently have to break down stereotypes." Chenoa Deemal performs in a contemporary revamp of The Seven Stages of Grieving across the country.

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