2 thoughts on “Aboriginal Land Rights — short films

  1. Sorry, I can’t help. I know little of him and cannot recall seeing him on film.

    My guess is Murdoch University would be the most likely place to find film. Sam Watson (at University of Queensland ATSI unit) would be the local authority on Murdrooroo.

    Adam Shoemaker at Monash Uni is likely to know what is available
    http://www.monash.edu.au/about/shoemaker.html

    I assume Guilia is already aware of the controversy about Mudrooroo’s Aboriginality, but Foley has an interesting essay on the matter.

    “Muddy Waters: Archie, Mudrooroo & Aboriginality”
    http://www.kooriweb.org/foley/essays/essay_10.html

    JT

  2. Mudrooroo says:

    [Ed. Note: Can anyone help out this student? John T?]

    Hello,

    I am Giulia Nazzaro, a student at UNSW. I’m in Australia to do some research on Mudrooroo for my Master’s thesis.

    I wonder if you have any video concerning him.

    I know he was an activist together with Gary Foley and you might be able to help me.
    thanks and best regards,

    Giulia

    WE DO NOT SAY THAT THE LAND BELONG TO US, BUT WE BELONG TO THE LAND

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