5th ANU Reconciliation Lecture 2008: Respect is the New Black: Building on our national apology
Mr Mark Bin Bakar has dedicated much of his adult life to increasing cultural understanding and working tirelessly to present an insight into Indigenous culture. Mark has created many opportunities for Indigenous musicians, including establishing the very successful music school Abmusic 20 years ago. His character, Mary G, Black Queen of the Kimberley, has become a national cult figure while enabling Mark to raise awareness of important social issues facing Indigenous people. Mark travels...[Show more]
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