Kerri-Lee Harding – A Proud Aboriginal Voice in Australian Media for 25 Years
Proud Bindal, Juru and Koa woman Kerri-Lee Harding - SBS/NITV Executive Producer of Radio and Podcasts - talks on Connection Matters Radio about the importance of Aboriginal voices in Australian media.
Capturing and sharing portraits of people during the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns
An unemployed filmmaker picks up his still camera to capture "portraits" of locals living under the reality of Melbourne's coronavirus lockdowns
Connecting Stolen Generations and supporting sexual abuse victims – it still goes on during COVID-19
Despite the pressures of coronavirus pandemic lockdowns, Aunty EvaJo Edwards continues her towards supporting victims of child sexual abuse and the Stolen Generations
From face-to-face community engagement to fully remote. Tough but achievable!
For Waramungu man Stuart McFarlane talks about the transition from full-time face-to-face community engagement to a fully remote model.
Mother of four, full time working from home – for Elliejean it’s just another day in lockdown
With four school-age children at home during Melbourne's Stage 4 coronavirus lockdowns, Elliejean Singh still manages full-time work...and a smile
Australia’s foremost Aboriginal photographer reflects on the coronavirus pandemic
COVID-19 lockdowns may have wiped out six months of work, but Aboriginal photographer Wayne Quilliam still finds a lighter side to it all.
Providing a voice and platform for First Nations voices during COVID
The Koorie Heritage Trust establishes a unique platform for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices during COVID-19
Working Full-Time, Studying Law, Alone…and Still Positive!
Nyul Nyul woman, full-time DPC staffer and law student Niamh Whitford talks to CMR about her strategies to help manage isolation.