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NITV is exploring Indigenous perspectives on what this national day means for many, acknowledging our history and our survival, and encouraging more Australians to understand that Australia always was and always will be Aboriginal land.

 

 

In the lead up to 26 January, NITV is playing the best Indigenous films and television series including Sweet Country, which will have its television premiere.
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NITV News

The NITV News team will be out and about around the country giving you the latest stories on January 26th.

One of the band’s founders said he does not support protests on the national holiday or changing the date.
A theatre project encourages audiences to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be Aboriginal.
A new survey from "a very conservative side of Australia", has been questioned by the head of the peak body representing Indigenous people.
A campaign to return the image of two girls wearing hijabs to billboards launched on Wednesday morning, but not all Muslim community members are supportive.
Leading First Nations architects from around the world have gathered to discuss how Indigenous architecture can shape the modern world.

Television

This January 26th NITV will bring you through thought-provoking documentaries and films that highlight the diverse voices of Australia.  

Blackfellas

Based the book The Day of The Dog by Archie Weller, this film tells of an Aboriginal man caught between his allegiance to his “people” and his aspirations to...

Toomelah

Daniel is a small ten year old boy who dreams of being a gangster. He is kicked out of school and befriends a local gang leader, until a rival arrives back from...
In a long battle to preserve Aboriginal history on a reconciliation wall in Bondi, local Indigenous activist, David Keig has helped facilitate a new Heritage...
For those at Yabun in Sydney, the day is also a reminder of what happened on January twenty sixth in 1788. More than twenty five thousand people from around the...

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