Indigenous Australia is a diverse, vibrant and undeniably integral facet of contemporary culture in this country. From hard-line politics to arts and music, Bordak Bordak Ngalla keeps its finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the indigenous community in our city and state, as well as across the country.
It’s impossible to deny that there are many issues of relevance when it comes to the indigenous experience in Australia, from the stolen generation and broader issues of reconciliation to the specific experiences of those who shape and lead the indigenous community. Bordak Bordak Ngalla collects all of these stories, delivering them to you in an informative and relevant forum.
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