https://mediahub.qut.edu.au/media/t/0_md7vjx2i/42467 A short documentary utilising the participatory mode, narrated by Wemba Wamba/Dhudhuroa woman Jennifer Mason. The story encapsulates Aboriginal Leadership from the early 1900’s and the narrative links themes of racism and the lack of education, still present, to the NAIDOC continuum. In the traditional practice of handing down knowledge, Jennifer yarns about personal experiences and weaves cultural understandings and historical facts together. Holistically infusing activism within this creative work, the aesthetic appeals to the poetic mode and promotes the tone of pride, expressed through the research participants, featured in the documentary.
|Place of Publication||Australia|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|