Let’s Talk Decolonization

Let’s Talk Decolonization

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John Ahni Schertow
May 24, 2014
 

Indigenous peoples across the globe have experienced a violent and devastating history at the hands of colonialism, and Australia is no exception. But is colonization something of a bygone era? In consideration of all that has happened, what does decolonization look like and is it a tangible process? How does it relate to the individual, our everyday lives, the future of all Aboriginal people, and as distinct tribal groups?

Let’s Talk Decolonization, is the Brisbane Indigenous Media Association’s (BIMA) fourth filmed panel discussion.

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