Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!
National NAIDOC Week 3-10 July 2022 is a time to embrace the history of this country. A history which dates back 65,000 years and recognises how First Nations people have cared for and shaped the spirit, culture and uniqueness of Australia.
The 2022 NAIDOC Week theme encourages us all Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! for systemic change and keep rallying around our mob, our Elders, and our First Nations communities. Whether it’s seeking proper environmental, cultural and heritage protections, Constitutional change, a comprehensive process of truth-telling, working towards treaties, or calling out racism – we must do it together.
NAIDOC Week on the Coast
Watch First Nations eMovies on Beamafilm:
- Emu Runner – a story about the impact a mother’s death has on an Aboriginal family living in an isolated community.
- Sweet Country – Inspired by real events, when Aboriginal stockman Sam kills white station owner Harry March in self-defence, Sam and his wife Lizzie go on the run.
- The Australian Dream – Indigenous AFL legend Adam Goodes and his powerful story about race, identity and belonging.
- In My Blood It Runs - feature documentary following a 10-yr-old Arrernte Aboriginal boy Dujuan as he grows up in Alice Springs.
- Goldstone – Indigenous detective Jay Swan arrives in the frontier mining town of “Goldstone” on a missing persons case.
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Listen to these First Nations podcasts this NAIDOC week:
- Thin Black Line with Allan Clarke (ABC Radio National)
- Black Magic Woman with Mundanara Bayles (Apple podcasts)
- The Real Podcast Series with Mayrah Sonter
- Tiddas 4 Tiddas podcast with Marlee and Keely Silva.
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