This clip of home movie footage shows Ruby Hunter recording vocals for the song 'Louis St John' from the 1997 album Looking For Butterboy.
This excerpt from the documentary Liyarn Ngarn introduces Louis St John Johnson – a young Aboriginal man who was brutally murdered at age 19 by two white youths.
Archie Roach, in conversation with Daniel Browning for the Indigenous ABC Radio National program AWAYE!, talks about Louis St John Johnson.
Archie Roach's passion for social justice comes across in songs like 'Louis St John' - about the racially motivated murder of a young man and 'Beautiful Child' about Abori
In this episode of Sydney Stories, Warren Fahey offers a snapshot of Sydney’s Chinese community and how they coped with persecution and harassment to emerge as a successful story of multic
Inga Clendinnen (1934–2016) was a writer, academic and historian whose work on Aztec and Mayan cultures and the Holocaust has been praised around the world.
In July 2019 the NFSA hosted a screening of director Ian Darling’s documentary The Final Quarter, about the events that provoked heated public debate and the retirement of champion AFL pla
This series is based on the life of Boori Monty Pryor, a Birri-gubbah-Kunggandji-Kukuimudji man from Townsville.
Director Ian Darling, ex-footballer Michael O’Loughlin, and AFL Inclusion and Social Policy Manager Tanya Hosch discuss the Adam Goodes documentary The Final Quarter and racism in sport with ABC's Fran Kelly
Listen to this short segment of Deadly Sounds, a weekly one-hour Indigenous radio program featuring interviews with special guests and music by Indigenous artists.