Land Rights Network Mourns the Loss of Sol Bellear AM The Land Rights network has lost one of its most respected and revered legends, Sol […]
Posts categorised as: Legends of Land Rights
Four Decades Since the Black Theatre in Redfern In October 1977, more than 200 Land Rights legends met at the Black Theatre in Redfern to […]
Ossie and BJ Cruse talk about their involvement in land rights and some of the achievements they are most proud of.
In late July, the Land Rights network lost a true Land Rights Legend, Kevin Cook, the NSW Aboriginal Land Council’s first elected Chairperson.
In this episode we travel to Moree to hear from Lyall Munro Snr, a respected elder of Kamilaroi country and a respected elder throughout NSW.
In celebrating 30 years of the NSW Aboriginal Land Rights Act NSW, the ‘Legends of Land Rights’ Project captures the stories of those who contributed in their way to the movement.
William Bates is a tireless fighter for Aboriginal people in the fields of social justice, law and justice and land rights.
The Aboriginal Land Rights movement as we know it today could not have been made possible without the hard work and sacrifice of the following men and women from our land council network who have passed away. The names in this video appear in no specific order and were submitted by individual Local Aboriginal Land Councils and elected Councillors.
In the NSW Aboriginal Land Council’s ongoing series ‘Legends of Land Rights’ we profile former NSW parliamentarian Frank Walker. As Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Frank Walker was responsible for NSW being the first state, following the Northern Territory, to enact Aboriginal land rights legislation.
This Episode in 2 parts features Tiga Bayles who has fought for the rights and well being of Aboriginal people around the world. Tiga was instrumental in helping establish the 1972 Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra and later went on to become the Chairperson of the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council.