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Indigenous Australia, Philosophy and Australian Rules

Updated: Jul 4, 2023


Indigenous Australia and Australian Rules Darwin Deckchair Event 5 July 2023 7 PM PDF5
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100 free tickets for the NAIDOC event are being distributed by the organisers of the event. If you wish to obtain up to 4 free tickets, simply fill the form at this location: https://forms.gle/45J3tfXBW5XkGb249


Darwin Deckchair Event

Drawing on events surrounding the sustained booing of Adam Goodes in the Australian Football League 2013 and 2014 seasons, this NAIDOC Week event is an opportunity to hear Indigenous Voices and discuss the nature of ethical relationships and emancipatory leadership. The event will aim to examine the diversity of responses to racism depicted in The Final Quarter, a masterful documentary directed by Ian Darling. Following the screening of The Final Quarter, five panellists and the public will discuss key topics addressed in the documentary.

Wednesday 5 July 2023 @ 7:00 PM, Deckchair Cinema, Jervois Road, Darwin City NT 0800

Program:

Welcome to Country by Senior Larrakia Elder Dr Richard Fejo

Screening of The Final Quarter

Discussion Panel:

Keynote address “Racism Transcending the Generations”, by Professor Reuben Bolt, Yuin Nation and Deputy Vice-Chancellor First Nations Leadership at Charles Darwin University

Dr Richard Fejo, Vice President of the Darwin Buffaloes Football Club

Aunty Lulu Coombes, Tiwi artist, presentation of the Tiwi philosophy embedded in her celebrated Kulama design of the Yiloga (football)

Ms Brenda Atkinson, President of the Darwin Buffaloes Football Club

Dr Nicolas Bullot, philosophy lecturer, Charles Darwin University, co-organiser of the event


Organised by:

AAP Philosophy in the Community Committee, Wiradjuri archaeologist Dr Kellie Pollard (Indigenist Archaeology Project), and held in conjunction with the 2023 AAP Centenary Conference

Jointly sponsored by:





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