Poster created as part of the project ‘Strengthening Language, Strengthening Community: showcasing Mildura’s Aboriginal languages’ led by Debbie Loakes (Research Unit for Indigenous Language) with Chaffey Secondary College students, Mildura elders and community. Posters were made for both Latji Latji and Barkindji language.
Chaffey Secondary College students, Mildura community, Debbie Loakes, Research Unit for Indigenous Language - University of Melbourne
You had me at Ngaayi
An episode of the ABC podcast The Real Thing "You had me at Ngaayi" (episode #18) featuring Barkindji language expert Kayleen Kerwin speaking about Barkindji language.
Kayleen Kerwin, Mike Williams, Timothy Nicastri, ABC Radio National
Mutawintji: Place of green grass and water holes - This Place'
An episode of ABC's 'This Place' featuring Barkindji man Michael “Smacka” Whyman speaking about Mutawintji, meaning ‘place of green grass and water holes.'
Michael “Smacka” Whyman, Aimee Volkofsky, ABC
Ecological Cultural Knowledge - Barkindji
A video from the Western Local Land Services 'Ecological Cultural Knowledge' series, in which Barkindji Elders share their knowledge on local plants. It includes language words for plants used.
Evelyn Bates, Marietta Files, Richard Bennett, Patricia Doyle, Harold Bates, Patsy Quayle / Western Local Land Services