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The custody rate of young Indigenous people is 28 times higher than non-Indigenous

Generous crowd welcomes the Murru Concert to Melbourne

Posted on November 10, 2014

The Murru Concert: 10 Songs of Freedom for John Pat launched the Festival on a beautiful Melbourne spring evening to a packed Federation Square. This special collection of songs written with prisoners from Roebourne Regional Prison, people from the community and artists such as Bill Chambers, Lucky Oceans, Emma Donovan, Harry Hookey and Shellie Morris […]

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The Murru Concert opens the Melbourne Festival tonight, Federation Square

Posted on October 9, 2014

In an uplifting opening concert for this year’s Melbourne Festival, Big hART joins forces with a luminous range of talents – including Archie Roach, Lucky Oceans, Emma Donovan, John Bennett, Jae Laffer (the Panics) and many more – for a towering evening of song.

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Maragutharra – One in Two: Unlock the Future campaign is about working together

Posted on October 10, 2014

Through its work in Roebourne over the past four years with the Pat family, prisoners, the Aboriginal community, corporate, government and community partners – Big hART has learnt the importance of working together in order to bring about positive change for Indigenous young people. Maragutharra is a Yindjibarndi word that translates as ‘hands together’ and […]

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