Written in the darkness of night, alone and feeling the struggle of life.This is an affirmation for all our young people who are struggling
Written in the darkness of night, alone and feeling the struggle of life. This is an affirmation for all our young people who are struggling against the adversities of racism and self-doubt. Believe and trust in yourself and stay true to the wisdom of our old people. ‘’May Our Camp Fires Burn Forever’’
This is a momentous reflection on the most massive grassroots Aboriginal cultural gathering in the history of this country. It was held on the foreshore of the Swan River (Derbarl Yerrigan) in Perth and called the Kyana corroborees.
Dumbartung protested against Rio Tinto regarding the destruction of the Juukan Cave.
The History of Kyana continues on a prominent wall keeping alive our culture through the symbol of unity and solidarity that merged from the Kyana community gathering 1991-1993.
Dumbartung presented an address in Melbourne during the Australia day Rally 2020 an extensive radio interview with Robbie Thorpe was carried out at community radio.
This video is separated into 3 parts.
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