A tribute to one of the most significant songwriters and storytellers of a generation.
In 2020, Archie Roach (1956–2022) was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame. Here are 10 amazing facts about the singer-songwriter.
Clips from an exclusive interview with musician Archie Roach in 2019 where he talks about family and music as a healer.
In 2006, two of the country's best-known and loved personalities, actor Deborah Mailman and Olympian Cathy Freeman, set out to meet remote Aboriginal communities from Broo
In 1973, the Aquarius Festival moved off campus to the Northern New South Wales town of Nimbin.
In this excerpt the lyrics serve as an oral history of Mabo's struggle and tell the story of his case, making peace with his people (from his homeland of Mer, or Murray Island) and his untimely dea
This song is an anthem, a celebration. Yothu Yindi, famous for their 1991 song 'Treaty', sing here about Mabo's native title victory and the death of terra nullius.
Ruby Hunter and Archie Roach were photographed on tour in London in 1993 by Tim Webster.
A portrait of Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter taken in 2008, two years before Ruby died at the age of 54. The two had been together for 38 years.
At the official opening of the Kyana festival of Aboriginal arts, music and dance, on the Perth Esplanade in February 1993, Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter perform the song 'Louis St John'.