Port Lincoln Aboriginal personality known as "Black Fanny" with members of the Armed Services and other local residents during the 1914–18 War (State Library of South Australia, B27552).

Aboriginal Australians and the First World War Home Front

In recent decades there has been an increased interest in and recognition of the wartime service of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, w

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Indigenous ANZACS

Many indigenous Australians have served in war but they’re a group who have often been overlooked.

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New initiative to recognise Indigenous Australians' military service

A short podcast with Chris Uhlmann, ABC News and Professor Mick Dodson, NCIS, Serving Our Country project.

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Interview: Mick Dodson

Professor Mick Dodson recently spoke with Hillary Smale on the Kimberley Morning show with Kimberley ABC Radio Australia regarding the Serving Our

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Canberra discovers China

Geremie Barme and Will Sima feature in this radio interview with 666 ABC Canberra radio presenter Genevieve Jacobs.

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