waranta tangara takariliya ngini, krakapaka pilri-ta.
We mourn our ancestral dead, murdered at Cape Grim on this day, 10 February 1828.
From the earliest years of the invasion and settlement of north-western Tasmania, dreadful atrocities were committed against Aboriginal people. These led to the massacre at Cape Grim on 10 February 1828.
6 Aboriginal women recounted some of these brutalities to George Augustus Robinson when he visited the camp they lived in with sealers on the NW coast directly opposite Robbins Island: “The aboriginal ...
Mother Language Meme Challenge
We would be dancing on the graves of our ancestors by celebrating Invasion Day.
pakana kani poster
Laurie Lowery Generation Cup 2016
Hear audio recording below.
luwutina day 4 August 2016
Press to hear all the palawa kani phrases.
Aboriginal Children's Day 2016 Poster (003)
liyini milaythina rrala (Singing Country Strong).
Click here for Video on youtube
Click here for Audio only on soundcloud
This track includes palawa kani, the Aboriginal language of Tasmania.
Theresa Sainty and Jodi Haines songwriters.
Jodi Haines lead vocals, Jude Reid, Ruth Langford, Donna and Warren Mason backing vocals.
Phil McKercher, Producer - Filmak Studios.
Song recorded and montage from film, part of Bob Brown Foundation - Tarkine (takayna) in Motion campaign 2015