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Hungry for Change

A lack of food is one of the biggest health challenges facing the world – and it’s only likely to […]

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NAIDOC Week 2016

Amnesty International’s Indigenous Rights Manager, Tammy Solonec explains the history and significance of NAIDOC week for all Australians, indigenous or not.

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Lung Cancer leading cause of death in Australian Indigenous communities

A staggering 70% of Indigenous Australians are more likely to die from lung cancer than non-Indigenous Australians.

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International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

Today marks the 2015 International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

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An indigenous woman’s blind hugs experiment ignites change

A young Indigenous woman bravely places herself in this blind social experiment to challenge perceptions.

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Gone but not forgotten: Aboriginal

We reflect on the life and works of four Aboriginal women artists after their recent passing.

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Liquid gold

Get ready for a cosmetic revolution, as a new focus on oils could alter the way you care for your skin.

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Q&A with Alexis Wright

Indigenous Australian writer Alexis Wright talks about the future of Australia, storytelling and cultural relations ahead of the WordStorm Top End Writer’s Festival this month.

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Get to know Sochi’s indigenous tribes

Sochi’s Indigenous People, Circassians, are campaigning against the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, set to take place in the same mountain slopes they say hold the bones of their ancestors.

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Marilynne Paspaley on Broome’s beach polo

Broome is known for its lustrous South sea pearls but it is also home to Australia’s only beach polo tournament. We talk to the tournament’s co-founder Marilynne Paspaley.

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World Food Day 2013

Here are five initiatives that are working to support farmers growing indigenous, nutrient-rich crops all over the world.

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My Story: Hayley McQuire

UNICEF Young Ambassador Hayley McQuire, sat next to Malala at the UN Youth Assembly and was inspired by her words.

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My Story: Shellie Morris

Fewer than 10 fluent speakers of the Yanyuwa language remain in the world and musician Shellie Morris is one of them.

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NZ Fashion Week to showcase Aussie and Kiwi designs

Indigenous designer fashion from Australia and New Zealand will share the catwalk for the first time at New Zealand Fashion Week on September 6.

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National Indigenous Music Awards 2013

This year’s National Indigenous Music Awards will take place in Darwin on August 10. The event promises to be an emotional night as it will honour the musical legacy of the band Yothu Yindi – whose lead singer recently passes away.

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My Story: Irene Lynette

Irene Lynette was four when she was placed into an institution and forced to study the bible, she shares her story with us and explains how religion and culture influenced the person she is today.

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Let’s talk recognition

Australia’s indigenous community is hoping this week’s National Reconciliation events will guide the way for constitutional recognition.

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Nova Peris gets Prime Minster Gillard’s vote for NT senate

Australia may have its first indigenous senator in Nova Peris, after this week’s announcement from Prime Minister Gillard endorsing the former Olympian as a candidate at the next federal election.

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MiNDFOOD Radio’s 30th episode

Celebrating our 30th episode of MiNDFOOD radio, in this week’s bumper show we talk to Roberta Muir from the Sydney Seafood School, Indigenous musician Archie Roach and more.

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Archie Roach

Indigenous Australian singer, Archie Roach has had to overcome many challenges, living through the stolen generation and surviving a stroke. He explains how he remains upbeat and creative and gives us a preview of his new album ‘Into the Bloodstream’.

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Indigenous Literacy Day: 5 September

Joint creator of the non-profit Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation, Kim Kelly changes the lives of children in Australia’s most marginalised communities.

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Uproar over massive Amazon dam plan

Environmentalists and indigenous groups say a proposed dam in the Amazon river basin will harm the delicate local environment and the people it harbours, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Five minutes with Vic Cherikoff

Vic Cherikoff is an authority on Australian indigenous foods, MiNDFOOD reports.

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