Anzac Day is the time when we commemorate the fallen, those Australian’s who gave their lives in service of their country.. But what about the First Australians who died in the Frontier Wars, defending their country from white settlers during the days of early European colonisation.. Last night, the Yidinji people held a special service where they remembered the first battles for Gimuy, which today we know as Cairns…
The 'Frontier Wars' were undeclared yet resulted in the destruction of entire tribes and nations, We will never know for certain the exact figure. The Aboriginal Tent Embassy is demanding the honour, respect and dignity be afforded to those Sovereign Tribal Original People whom were slaughtered during the colonisation of Australia to be acknowledged in a National Day of Remembrance for the Frontier Massacres and that a monume
Host Ros Elliott talks with Graeme Dunstan at Aboriginal Tent Embassy during the annual Frontier Wars Story Telling Camp and Anzac Day March to the National War Memorial. https://www.facebook.com/events/766080290158373/
Host Ros Elliott talks with Michael Anderson (pictured) about remembering the Frontier Wars on ANZAC Day. And with Brigid Prain about her trip to the Equadorian rainforest and her film to help protect Yasuni(Equadorian Rainforest) http://www.amazonourtreasure.com http://www.pachamama.org/ http://amazonwatch.org/
Frontier Wars Podcast pt. 2 Chris Pulthari Tomlins & Graeme Dunstan Interview recorded at 2xx Studios, Canberra Originally Broadcast on 'Sovereign Voices' Interviewed, Produced, Engineered, Edited & Recorded by Dylan Wood (Spiral Architect Productions) email@example.com Vincent Dureux Recorded at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra April 25 2014 Bios Chris Pulthari Tomlins Arrente Elder from Alice Springs,
An interview with Graeme Dunstan about the march done each ANZAC Day in Canberra to commemorate the frontier wars.
Doug Dobing interviews Aboriginal activist, Maurie Japarta Ryan, Custodian of the Tent Embassy Canberra and Phd student, Uncle Pat and 2XX Presenter of Sovereign Voices, Dylan Wood about the Frontier Wars and the upcoming National Summit on 18-20 March 2016. Also included is Former Prime Minister Paul Keating's Redfern Park speech from Dec 1992.
Analysis of how the needs of the Australian capitalist class drove it's wars of expansion across the Australian continent and the pacific, culminating in WW1. There is a focus on the role of Aboriginal soldiers in these conflicts, particularly in light of the rise of the 'Black Digger' narrative during the centenary of WW1. Talk given at the UTS conference "Gallipoli to Coniston" http://www.uts.edu.au/research-and-teaching/our
Frontier Wars Podcast pt. 1 Maurie Japata Ryan & Patrick Lock Interview recorded at 2xx Studios, Canberra Originally Broadcast on 'Sovereign Voices' Produced, Engineered, Edited & Recorded by Dylan Wood (Spiral Architect Productions) firstname.lastname@example.org Interview By Rodney Kelly Recorded at the National Musuem of Australia, Canberra Thanks to Joseph Lafferty (www.spiritofaustraliaparty.com) Bios Maurie Japata R
Uncle Pat Lock Iv Frontier Wars Interview on ABC Radio Canberra April 2015