Uluru Statement from the Heart with Jennifer Newman
The Uluru Statement from the Heart, based on the direction of the 12 First Nations Regional Dialogues, is the continuation of calls over many decades by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to move past Australia's colonial legacy by being recognised and heard in their own countries, and with the right and capacity to practice self-determination.
The Uluru Statement from the Heart is a generous and heartfelt invitation from First Nations to non-Indigenous Australia "to walk with us in a movement of the Australian people for a better future".
Hear from Wiradjuri academic Jennifer Newman as she unpacks aspects of the Uluru Statement and what it means for non-Indigenous Australians.
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Australian Poetry Slam: Double Bay Heat
Watch this recording of our literary performance competition on 25 August 2022 hosted by Tom Kaldor, where the audience was the judge!
Participating poets performed original work; no props, no costumes, no music, and two were selected to go on to the Sydney Final.
In Conversation with Artist Jasmine Sarin
Ever wonder about the beautiful artwork on the stairs at Woollahra Library Double Bay? Watch this talk with artist Jasmine Sarin of JS Koori Designs.
In this video she speaks with Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf Coordinator Sebastian Goldspink at Woollahra Library at Double Bay, covering her career, creative process and the story behind the artwork 'Gadigal Connection'.
Aboriginal Astronomy with Kirsten Banks
Learn about the Aboriginal system of recognising the spaces in between the stars and the stories and meaning they hold with Waradjuri Astrophysicist Kirsten Banks.