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Kado Muir is a cultural protocol custodian under Ngalia Aboriginal cultural ways. In this podcast series he shares insights, knowledge and stories to help create understanding and awareness that leads to opportunities for sharing and understanding across cultural spaces. Content is free, but you can also become a Paid Subscriber: for exclusive cultural learning and language content (https://anchor.fm/kado-muir/subscribe).
 
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In this episode Kado Muir shares some insight and awareness in relation to questions asked about the importance of cross-cultural negotiations in the native title context. He touches on some important Aboriginal cultural protocols, including use of deceased persons names, respect, reciprocity, lived experiences and offers a simple approach to findi…
 
The ‘Stolen Generations’ Testimonies’ project is an initiative to record on film the personal testimonies of Australia’s Stolen Generations Survivors and share them online. The Stolen Generations' Testimonies Foundation hopes the online museum will become a national treasure and a unique and sacred keeping place for Stolen Generations’ Survivors’ T…
 
Traditional Owners celebrate the Yeelirrie approval expiry Traditional Owners of the Yeelirrie area are celebrating the expiry of the environmental approval to mine this significant area. The approval to mine Yeelirrie had a condition that required the proponent, Cameco, to mine within five years. The approval expired on 20 January 2022 with Cameco…
 
Introduction Second week of 2022 and two big announcements and two big events coming toward us. Jody Broun appointed CEO of the National Indigenous Australians Agency Ms Broun, a Yindjibarndi woman from the Pilbara in Western Australia, will become the most senior Indigenous person in the Australian Public Service. “I am immensely proud that the Na…
 
04 January 2022 | Media release | Joint media release The Hon Scott Morrison MP Prime Minister The Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP Minister for Indigenous Australians The Morrison Government will build Ngurra, an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural precinct, on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin in the Parliamentary Triangle, on Ngunnawal country (Ca…
 
In this our twentieth episode Kado Muir shares some thoughts, comments and insights into NAIDOC 2020. Always was, always will be. What started in 1938 as a day of mourning on the 26th January has now been transformed into a week of celebration. The controversy of Australia day still haunts this nation but one of the first protests against it has be…
 
Australia's Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander people's are not strangers to climate change. Major climatic events in Australia's prehistory were backdrops to the occupation and emergence of the various Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander cultures. This interchange between humans and the climate is represented in the archaeological record of A…
 
Australia's Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander people's are not strangers to climate change. Major climatic events in Australia's prehistory were backdrops to the occupation and emergence of the various Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander cultures. This interchange between humans and the climate is represented in the archaeological record of A…
 
In this episode Kado is visiting the Helena Aurora Range with activists who were instrumental in stopping a destructive iron ore mining operation which would have destroyed this natural and cultural wonder. It is dawn, the chorus of birds are calling as kado reflects on how extractive mining for resources often results in destruction of natural won…
 
In this episode Kado shares the introductory comments he made to shareholders of BHP during a briefing session with the Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility (ACCR). This episode gives some insight and background into Aboriginal spiritual and cultural connection with country and how mining to extract resources by its very nature competes…
 
In this episode we interview Amanda Haas Lovitt a Councillor at the Shire of Harvey who was called to action when seeing the outrage and despair amongst Aboriginal people and their supporters brought about by the State Library of WA inviting a speaker to rehash white Australia policy speak under the guise of a disruptive ideas festival. Amanda resp…
 
Kado has just returned from hosting two weeks of a special meditation retreat on country, where two groups of between 12-14 people spent between 5-9 days walking, sleeping and in deep silence and personal reflection in the desert. In this episode kado shares his thoughts and insights on walking bare foot on sacred lands in the deserts of Australia.…
 
In this episode the second of the series, Kado shares stories for My Culture story listeners as told to him around the campfire by his mother, when they lived in the desert and passed on stories in the timeless tradition around the campfire. This story was recorded as Kado shared these stories with Leonora school kids, around the campfire in a scho…
 
Anthropologist, archaeologist, linguist and cultural leader Kado Muir, speaking at RMIT's Activism at the Margins conference on Tuesday 11 February 2020, at Capitol Theatre, Melbourne. "Real pearls of wisdom in this talk. Land is language and identity. Walking with a thought and intention. Walking and sharing an experience and learning together and…
 
In this episode the first a series, Kado shares stories for My Culture story listeners as told to him around the campfire by his mother, when they lived in the desert and passed on stories in the timeless tradition around the campfire. This stort was recorded with Kado sharing these stories with Leonora schools kids, around the campfire in a school…
 
In this episode of My Culture Story Kado shares memories of listening to his elders sing in the dawn, sharing and teaching cultural stories with everyone in the camp, with the fading stars as a backdrop, so everyone shares in an educational experience all before the sun rises.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kado-muir/message…
 
My Culture Story looks at Ngalia knowledge of birds around Leonora, especially with the Birds of Leonora brochure. like this episode, want to support the Ngalia Foundation language work by following this link: https://enablr.org.au/charity/1461232356767788--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kado-muir/message…
 
In this episode Mundanarra (Mara) Bayles, CEO of Black Card, joins Kado to talk about the Garma Festival in Arnhemland and shares her experience as a Cultural Apprentice working for her Elders. Find out more about The Black Card, https://www.theblackcard.com.au/ Read the Transcript of Audio here! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kado-…
 
My Culture Story podcast, episode 4 asks the question how can I learn an Aboriginal language? Three suggestions is to listen to music sung in an Aboriginal language, find the courses and immerse yourself in a community of language speakers, handy hint learn from the kids! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kado-muir/message…
 
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