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In this documentary we know the culture of Australian Aboriginal tribes. SUBSCRIBE! 🤍 Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! Documentary "The Men of the Fifth World" | 🤍 The Men of the Fifth World is a documentary that shows us the history, culture and traditions of the Australian aborigines, primitive tribes who inhabit these lands. The old Garimala Yakar, tells firsthand how their world is accompanied by the sound of the didgeridoo, the beat of their tradition, which keeps them together and attached to the land: "In the Kakadu National Park lies Ubirrok, where the Rainbow Serpent stopped after creating the world and was painted on a rock so that people could see her. Over time our forefathers left on the rocks a complete collection of images which depict their way of life and their beliefs. They painted the animals they hunted or fished so the spirits would help them capture them. In this way we know to what extent these animals are the same ones as those we eat today: barramundi fish, long-necked tortoises, kangaroos, crocodiles, wallabies. The paintings in some of the most inaccessible places were made by the "mimis", the lesser spirits which are the cause of everything that happens to us, good or bad. On these ancient rocks they also drew figures of the men of that time, warriors and hunters, who used the same spears and harpoons as we do now". SUBSCRIBE | 🤍 FULL DOCUMENTARIES | 🤍 TRIBES DOCUMENTARIES | 🤍 FACEBOOK | 🤍 TWITTER | 🤍 TUMBLR | 🤍
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Aboriginal photographer Wayne Quilliam has been travelling across Australia for 30 years, documenting its hundreds of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups. He shares people’s stories, he says, so others can better understand the diversity of Aboriginal cultures. "I don't generally reflect on the negatives of what's happening in our communities because there are so many that do so," he says. A warning for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers: This video contains images of people who may have died. Please subscribe HERE 🤍 #Australia #BBCNews
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For more than 50,000 years there were over 200 different groups of people living on the landmass now referred to as Australia. All of these groups formed a strong understanding of the land. This knowledge was passed down through thousands of generations. Who holds this knowledge today and is it respected in Australian society? Jacinta Koolmatrie explores these questions and connects them to her own experiences as an Adnyamathanha person. Jacinta Koolmarie is an Adnyamathanha and Ngarrindjeri person who grew up in Port Augusta. Last year she won the Flinders University’s Ken Wanganeen Medal as the most outstanding Indigenous student for her studies in archaeology. Jacinta is currently working on her Masters thesis, researching Adnyamathanha yura malka (rock art), with a focus on centring Indigenous knowledge. At the beginning of 2017, Jacinta began working at the South Australian Museum with the aim of changing the way museums portray and work with Aboriginal people. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
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Aboriginal people Australians discuss the problems they face for being indigenous. #blacklivesmatter #Stolengeneration #Aboriginalpeople Instagram: 🤍 Facebook:🤍 I went out all over Australia and asked the Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal community the same questions about racism. The results are astonishing. It turns out that Australians are not racist, per say, but rather are not educated well enough about the past. Consequently, the erratic and aggressive behaviour taints the perception of the indigenous people. From what I have seen a mutual dialog whereby Aboriginals and non-Aboriginals come together and work towards a better future for both communities it the future is the best solution.
#aboriginals #siddi #papuans The Pacific Islanders Pacific Islanders, are the peoples of the Pacific Islands. As an ethnic/racial term, it is used to describe the original peoples—inhabitants and diasporas of any of the three major subregions of Oceania (Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia). In fact, the term Melanesia comes from the melanin. And it alludes to the dark complexion of these people. The countries that black pacific islanders come from are mainly the Melanesians of which comprises of the Solomon islanders, in which you will meet the only black people with blonde hair, Vanuatu, and Fiji. The Negritos. Negrito is the collective term to refer to the Filipino Indigenous peoples with a hunter-gatherer background, including the Agta, Aeta, Ati, Ata and Batak peoples. The Negrito peoples represent the most ancient civilization in the country, dating back more than 50.000 years ago. They are assumed to be the aboriginal inhabitants of the archipelago. Many of these Negrito groups still live by hunting and gathering, trading wild meat and forest products to the Filipino farmers around them in exchange for rice or corn. They also practice some marginal cultivation. The Aborigines. Aborigines are Australia's indigenous people. Recent government statistics counted approximately 400,000 aboriginal people, or about 2% of Australia's total population. A current theory holds that those early migrants themselves came out of Africa about 70,000 years ago, which would make Aboriginal Australians the oldest population of humans living outside Africa. Aborigines have dark brown skin and pronounced facial features. Most of them have straight dark hair and even some, especially the Torres Strait Islanders have blond and brown hair. The Sidis. These are not really native to these Asia but rather migrants from Africa to Pakistan and India many years ago. The African ancestors of the Sidis are said to have been taken to India and Pakistan as slaves, domestic servants, concubines, palace guards and soldiers, or ventured there as sailors and free merchants, considering the commercial interaction between Asia, the Arabian Peninsula and eastern African. The Andamanese. The Andamanese are the various indigenous peoples of the Andaman Islands, part of India's Andaman and Nicobar Islands union territory in the southeastern part of the Bay of Bengal in Southeast Asia. All Andamanese traditionally lived a hunter-gatherer lifestyle, and appear to have lived in substantial isolation for thousands of years. It is suggested that the Andamanese settled in the Andaman Islands around the latest glacial maximum, around 26,000 years ago. The Andamanese peoples include the Great Andamanese and Jarawas of the Great Andaman archipelago, the Jangil of Rutland Island, the Onge of Little Andaman, and the Sentinelese of North Sentinel Island. The Sentinelese are famous for active in resisting outside influence and have been known to finish off anybody seeking to invade their islands. Most of the Andamanese look very African though they have this typical facial look. The Tamil. The Tamil people, are a Dravidian dark skinned ethno-linguistic group who trace their ancestry mainly to India’s southern state of Tamil Nadu, union territory of Puducherry and to Sri Lanka. Tamils constitute 5.9% of the population in India and 15% in Sri Lanka. They may not consider themselves Black but their very dark complexions and facial features are a dead giveaway. Another group of Indian people with a dark complexion are the Telugu. There are some suggestions that these people may have a kinship with the Horn of Africa people but its scientifically unconfirmed. One thing about them is that they are considered to be most original and indigenous tribe in India. The Papuans These are the indigenous people of Papua New Guinea and West Papua. Many of them look full African with kinky to wooly hair, broad noses and dark to brown complexions. The indigenous Papuans are divided into hundreds of ethnic indigenous groups thought to have inhabited the island of Papua for perhaps over 40,000 years. They comprise of over 820 language groups, the highest of any country on earth. In a sociological sense most Papuan New Guinea people could be considered Black. Genetically however they are part of the broader Melanesian people. They carry the black identity though and to any western foreigner they would easily be labelled black. They are our brothers and sisters.
Sky News host Andrew Bolt says aboriginal people have “gained a lot of things” living in western culture as it offers a “much better” lifestyle. “What our western culture offers is so much better; the food, the comfort, the electricity, the housing, the medicine, the cars, the hospitals, the welfare net, it’s all infinitely better,” Mr Bolt said. “So wouldn't it be more honest, to say that aborigines, yes, they did suffered terribly in some ways from colonisation but in other ways gained a lot of things they'd now never give up.”
Part 1: Sovereignty Amazingly, in 2018, many young non-Indigenous Australians still have very little understanding of the historical and contemporary realities faced by the traditional owners of this land. In this 35-minute, three-part documentary, BuzzFeed’s Indigenous Affairs Reporter Amy McQuire goes on a journey through the past, present and future of this land to meet community leaders around Australia. Her mission? To explain where we’re at, address unfinished business, and hypothesize about a better future. Credits: 🤍 GET MORE BUZZFEED NEWS 🤍 Download the BuzzFeed News app! For iPhone — 🤍 For Android — 🤍 FOLLOW BUZZFEED NEWS On Twitter — 🤍 On Facebook — 🤍 On Instagram — 🤍 MUSIC Licensed via Audio Network
The great Swiss psychologist and student and colleague of Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, was obsessed with the Australian Aborigine. Jung also estimated that the Australian Aborigine spent three to four hours a day meeting their survival needs. But where Jung felt that the Australian Aborigines were unique among the world’s indigenous peoples was how they utilised the overwhelming majority of their time. According to Jung, they spent that time almost exclusively cultivating a higher state of consciousness. Or, in Jungian terms: they spent the vast majority of their time contacting and immersing themselves in the collective unconscious. Now, it is not unusual for the Earth’s indigenous people to endeavour to raise their consciousness or to make contact with so-called spiritual realms. However, the Australian Aborigines used every spare moment for consciousness-raising. Jung, among others, estimated that they spent ¾ of their lives doing this. And, like the New Zealand Maori, the Australian Aborigine did not use any psychoactive plants to assist them. Instead, the way in which they cultivated a higher consciousness was exclusively through the practice of art. Story, music, song, dance & painting were the methods that Australian Aborigines used. All of these were practised and performed so that they might more deeply dwell in what they knew as: The Dreaming. The Dreaming The Dreaming: The now-moment, beyond the historical, always Now, only apparently Then. The moment before the existence of time when Nothing became Something. The Australian Aborigine’s Dreaming is primarily a creation myth. And, like ALL creation myths, from the ancient Indian Vedas to the Judeo-Christian myth of Genesis, it points to that ‘moment’ before Time where Nothing produced Something. All culture's creation myths, including the scientiﬁc explanation called “The Big Bang,” point to, or attempt to explain this relation between Nothing & Something. #spirituality #australianaborigines #carljung #ancientknowledge #consciousness Script: Matt Mackane Voiceover: Surjit Singh Score: Epidemic Music & Drysaa DISCLAIMER 01: All ideas expressed on this channel are for entertainment and general information purposes only. There is no advice on what an individual should or should not do. Any response made by anyone after hearing this communication is their interpretation and is their responsibility. Ideas expressed by this channel should not be treated as a substitute for medical advice or professional help. If expert assistance or counselling is needed, the services of a competent professional should be sought. DISCLAIMER 02: All materials in these videos are used for entertainment purposes and fall within the guidelines of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. If you are, or represent, the copyright owner of materials used in this video, and have an issue with the use of said material, please send an email to doseofquotes02🤍gmail.com. Copyright © 2022 Asangoham. All rights reserved.
Indigenous people are the first people to live in a place. In Canada, Indigenous people belong to a number of different communities or nations. CBC Kids News’s Sid and Ruby explain. CBC Kids News is a website for kids, covering the information you want to know. Real Kids. Real News. Check it out at 🤍 Follow us: Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Correction: this video originally used a map of Canada that didn't illustrate the Maritime provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. A corrected video was uploaded October 8, 2021.
This film really surprised us at Geonewmedia. We could not believe how Aboriginal communities really celebrated and valued education on country. I hope it will contribute to the debate on “Closing the GAP” for the many Aboriginal kids missing out in remote Australia. For more information on how to use the power of video documentaries to get your story to a wider audience contact Geonewmedia. 🤍geonewmedia.com. Please subscribe to our channel.
►Hi friends! How are you all today? Today's video we'll go through Aboriginal History for Kids. We'll take a look at the very first Australians, and how they lived. Please subscribe to our channel 🤍 The First Australians - Stage 2 Community and Remembrance 1 AC code/s: ACHHK060 Travel back in time to discover what life was like for the first people who ever lived in Australia. Discover the richness of the world’s oldest continuing culture as you explore rock paintings, Dreamtime stories and Aboriginal languages. Along the way, engage with this Key Inquiry Question from the syllabus: • Who lived here first and how do we know? Get access to our FREE arts and crafts kit: 🤍 Find lots more lessons like this on our website: ♡ OUR PLATFORM: 🤍 Educational video platform for kids! Get your first month FREE with promo code: FMFM How to redeem? Head to 🤍 enter your details, hit ‘next’ and enter the promo code! What you get: - Educational videos - Interactive comprehension sets - Educational games - Arts and crafts videos - English & Chinese language options ♡ INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ♡ FACEBOOK: 🤍 #AustralianHistory #AboriginalHistory #IndigenousAustralians
Australien, der Berg Uluru. Lange bevor die Europäer ankommen, wohnen hier schon Menschen. Die sogenannten Aboriginal People. Oft vereinfacht Aborigines genannt, was viele der heutigen Nachfahren jedoch als abwertend empfinden. Die Kultur der Aboriginal People ist über 40.000 Jahre alt und damit weit älter als die alten Kulturen Europas. Die Mythen der Aboriginal People basieren auf der sogenannten Traumzeit. Nachdem James Cook Australien 1770 „entdeckt“ und die Briten beginnen, den Kontinent als Strafkolonie zu nutzen, löschen die europäischen Siedler die australischen Ureinwohner fast aus. Erst in den 1960er-Jahren werden die Aboriginal People offiziell gleichberechtigt. Doch bis heute erfahren die Ureinwohner Gewalt und Diskriminierung. Ihr Kampf um Anerkennung dauert an. Mehr über ihre Kultur und Geschichte erklärt euch Mirko in diesem Video. Quellen und Literatur: Frank Sporkmann, Die Zeit vor der Zeit: Mythen der australischen Aborigines, 2008 Gerhard Leitner, Die Aborigines Australiens, 2006 Robert Lawlor, Am Anfang war der Traum, 1993 Albrecht Hagemann, Kleine Geschichte Australiens. 2012 🤍 🤍 Die Links aus dem Video: Der Untergang der Ureinwohner Nordamerikas: 🤍 Terra X - Die Reise der Menschheit: 🤍 Australiensaga in der ZDF-Mediathek: 🤍 Rassismus gegen die Ureinwohner: 🤍 Weitere Links: Schau gerne bei Instagram vorbei: 🤍 Wir gehören zu #terraX und #funk Schau da unbedingt rein: Terra X: 🤍 Terra X bei YouTube: 🤍 funk: 🤍 funk bei Youtube: 🤍 Web-App: 🤍 Eine Produktion der objektiv media GmbH für Terra X und funk: Moderation: Mirko Drotschmann Autor: Matthias Schöberl Producer: Andreas Sommer, Daniela Ssymank Redaktion (OM): Inga Haupt Motion Design: Rainer Düring Schnitt: Christian Wischnewski ZDF: Kai Jostmeier, Johanna Kaack
Didgeridoos, boomerangs, and an ancient hunter-gatherer lifestyle. These tend to be the first thing to come to mind when we imagine Indigenous Australians. Only with the arrival of Europeans was agriculture introduced. But new research and old documents may reveal the secrets of native Australian agriculture. So were the Aboriginals hunter-gatherers, did they take part in a secret whale-human alliance and did they managed “the largest estate on Earth”. Well, Let’s Find Out! Follow me on twitter 🤍 Or Reddit r/cogitoedu Or Facebook 🤍CogitoYT IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO CONTRIBUTE TO MY PATREON PLEASE SEE HERE. 🤍 MERCHANDISE 🤍 SCRIPT WITH FOOTNOTES AND SOURCES: 🤍 SOURCES (Affiliate Links) Dark Emu - 🤍 The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines Made Australia - 🤍 Other Sources 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 SOME SFX TAKEN FROM AGE OF EMPIRES II MUSIC BY 🤍 THANKS TO 🤍 AND 🤍 FOR MANY OF THE VECTOR IMAGES All images are taken from Creative Commons or used in accordance with fair use. If one of your images has been used and I have forgotten to attribute please contact me by email or on twitter I will instantly resolve that. Why have you scrolled this far down? No one reads down here. #Australia #AboriginalAustralians #Aboriginal #Indiginous #Australiahistory Music by Epidemic Sound: 🤍
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In this episode of A Broad Abroad we hear from direct descendants of Australias stolen generation."
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Central Adelaide's Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health & Wellbeing Hub discusses the one thing about Aboriginal people or cultures that others can't seem to understand?
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Recent protests in Australia have highlighted the grievances of the country's indigenous people, who continue to suffer deep-rooted poverty and inequality. Successive governments there have described it as a “national shame”. Now the issue has been given a new focus following the Black Lives Matter protests in the United States and around the world. Sophie Raworth presents the latest BBC News at Ten report exploring Britain's colonial legacies. Shaimaa Khalil in Sydney considers the treatment of indigenous Australians. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this report contains images of deceased people. Please subscribe HERE 🤍
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Understanding the significance of culture, family, community and spirituality in the healing journey for Aboriginal people is important. It can assist services in designing, delivering and evaluating care that improves mental health and wellbeing outcomes for Aboriginal children, youth and their families. More info: 🤍health.nsw.gov.au/mentalhealth/professionals/
In this video, we'll discuss evidence of ancient Australian Aboriginals in South America. There is a growing body of evidence that suggests that Australian Aboriginals were in South America long ago. This is a controversial topic, but we'll discuss the evidence and ask the question: was there an ancient Australian Aboriginals migration to South America? Circumstantial evidence that Australians may have reached South America first includes bones painted with red ochre, like the Aboriginal Australian remains at Lake Mungo, and the rock shelters of 'Pedra Ferada' in Brazil, which contain stone artifacts dated as old as 60,000 years, which is roughly the same age as the first signs of human activity in Australia. Among living South American Natives, the Yaghan and other peoples of Tierra del Fwuego are the only ones to retain such Australoid features. DNA studies support the theory, showing a mixture of Siberian and Australian genetic markers among Fwuegians. #Archaeology #Archaology #Anthropology
Indigenous writer and anthologist Bruce Pascoe draws on first-hand accounts from colonial journals to dispel the myth that Aboriginal people were hunters and gatherers and "did nothing with the land that resembled agriculture". In this powerful talk, Pascoe demonstrates a radically different view of Australian history that we all need to know – one that has the potential to change the course of Australians' relationship with the land. Bruce Pascoe's career has spanned teaching, farming, bartending, writing, working on an archaeological site, and researching Aboriginal languages. A Bunurong, Tasmanian and Yuin man born in Melbourne, he grew up on a remote island in the Bass Strait. Bruce has written more than 20 books. His non-fiction book, Dark Emu (2014), won the Book of the Year and Indigenous Writers' Prize in the 2016 NSW Premier's Literary Awards. He says, "Aboriginal people have always had a story to tell. We have always been storytellers and artists and singers and dancers and we've just brought this into the general Australian culture. Non-Aboriginal Australians enjoy it and are starting to embrace it". This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
French explorer Marc-Joseph Marion du Fresne's fleet had the first known interaction with Tasmanian Aboriginal people 250 years ago, on March 7, 1772. The encounter didn't go as planned, resulting in the death of an Aboriginal man. Subscribe: 🤍 Read more here: 🤍 ABC News provides around the clock coverage of news events as they break in Australia and abroad, including the latest coronavirus pandemic updates. It's news when you want it, from Australia's most trusted news organisation. For more from ABC News, click here: 🤍 Watch more ABC News content ad-free on iview: 🤍 Go deeper on our ABC News In-depth channel: 🤍 Like ABC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow ABC News on Instagram: 🤍 Follow ABC News on Twitter: 🤍 Note: In most cases, our captions are auto-generated. #ABCNews #ABCNewsAustralia
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Former Nationals leader John Anderson says the Indigenous Voice to Parliament will achieve the opposite of what Australians want, which is a “greater degree of harmony”. The no campaign - Recognise a Better Way - for a Voice to Parliament has officially launched with a six-member committee, which Mr Anderson is a part of. “I’m keen to join with four Aboriginal people – distinguished Aboriginal Australians – who can recognise that this is not ultimately going to advance the interest of Aboriginal people,” he told Sky News host James Morrow. “It will lead to co-governance, to a separatism. “We need to be focusing on unity and cooperation internally, not separatism.”
Aboriginal Indigenous People in Darwin Tiwi islands get together and discuss their connection to africa #aboriginal #indiginous #BLM Instagram: 🤍 Facebook:🤍 I went to Darwin and to the Tiwi islands and asked the indigenous people from different tribes what they thought about Africans. Kingsmde channel 🤍