Debra Barry thought the abuse she had routinely endured was normal until the age of 14.
Behind the scenes of the Australian South Sea Islander Multimedia Storytelling Workshop.
Nasuven Enares calls on the Australian Government to offer Australian South Sea Islanders the same benefits as Indigenous Australians, minus land rights.
Do you eat lilly pillies off hedges in the street? Or sprinkle lemon myrtle in your cooking?
I am happy I am me… warts and all.
Jeanette was told to give up on her dream of becoming a nurse because she is dark skinned. But she proved them wrong.
Dennis Bobongie talks about his family history of kidnap and slavery and how his grandfather’s will to survive led to cultural illiteracy.
Shennie Yasserie discovered her family’s slavery past when she found shackles in a cane shed.
Jason Murray has been drifting for seven years and the drifting culture is his life, rather than a mere hobby.
Marlena Katene is an average young woman with the usual dreams, hopes and fears. Marlena also has what she calls a “unique point of difference”.