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Taking the Next Steps: Episode 3

Thank you for joining us to hear the third in our series of podcasts commemorating Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week 2017. In today’s episode, William Leslie (affectionately known by his colleagues at Eora TAFE as Uncle Willie) tells us about his life. Uncle Willie was taken from his family at the age of 12 […]

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Taking the Next Steps: Episode 2

The students and staff of Sydney TAFE Media welcome you to Part 2 in a series of podcasts commemorating Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week 2017. Today Dallas Wellington, a Jerinja man from the Wandandian Nation and Head Teacher of Foundation Studies at Eora College, speaks with Certificate 4 Radio Broadcasting students Talecia Vescio and Miles […]

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Podcast series: Let’s Take the Next Steps

Embed from Getty Images   Please join us for a series of podcasts commemorating Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week 2017. A new episode will be uploaded here each day, starting today with a podcast by Certificate 4 Radio Broadcasting students Talecia Vescio and Miles Davies, who spoke with Gadigal elder Uncle Ray Davison, Director […]

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Saying Sorry in song: National Reconciliation Week 2017

BY BELINDA PALMADA @filmfreakrevie1 AND TATIANA PAK @TheatreMusicon Former Sydney TAFE Media and now music student, Pollyanna Thomson, performed the Sorry Song live at the Ultimo campus on National Sorry Day, May 26. Pollyanna said it was wonderful to be given the opportunity to perform at such a momentous event. The day kicks off National Reconciliation Week […]

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The Anti-Princess Movement

CELINE SALAMEH speaks with some strong young women in western Sydney about what being a “princess” really means. The Anti-Princess Movement was originally a blog created by parents who want more for their daughters than the mindless idolisation of princesses that has swept the nations. It was made in the belief that young girls around the […]