Scene featuring First Nations people in The Birth of White Australia (1928).
Opening title cards for the film The Birth of White Australia (1928).
Content warning: this clip includes racist language and racist imagery.
Narrator Rachel Perkins re-tells stories from the Dreamtime and historian Professor Marcia Langton of the Yiman-Bidjara Nation, historian Professor Janet McCalman and writer Bruce Pascoe of Boonwur
Historian Professor Marcia Langton of the Yiman-Bidjara Nation describes the Protection Board as the real enemy of Aboriginal people, particularly in relation to the Half-Caste Act dev
Sue Gordon AM of the Yamatji Nation describes her experience of being removed from her family and what is recorded in her file.
Author Steve Kinnane of the Miriworng Nation sets the historical context of the clip.
This clip is set after Truganini and George Robinson have moved the remaining population of Indigenous Tasmanians to Flinders Island.
Narrator Rachel Perkins tells the Dreamtime stories of the desert people in Central Australia.
It is 1830 and European settlement has begun in Tasmania.
Narrator Rachel Perkins and interviewees Emeritus Scholar Inga Clendinnen and Associate Professor James Kohen impart the story of a cross-cultural relationship between Lieutenant Dawes and Aborigin