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Ngaluk Waangkiny

Ni! Means Listen Podcast

Ni Overview MOB

Cole Baxter

Theresa Walley and Phil Walley-Stack

OVERVIEW

In this podcast series we explore the lives and experiences of Noongar Elders living in Boorloo (Perth).

Hosted by Noongar performer and story teller, Phil Walleystack, their stories reveal powerful and at times heartbreaking accounts of what it was like growing up Aboriginal in Australia, treated like outsiders and second class citizens on their own land.

Listen to our Elders as they share another layer of history – one that has always been there, just kept in the shadows.

Ni! means listen was produced by Community Arts Network in partnership with the City of Perth and with support from the ABC.

As the home of Australian stories, conversations and events that shape our nation, the ABC’s support of our project will amplify the Aboriginal hidden histories of the City of Perth.

Listen to the podcast now on your favourite podcast app or through the link below.

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