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Christine Anu: Life is hard but stay on your path

Iconic Indigenous entertainer, Christine Anu has opened up with National Indigenous Times ahead of her In Conversation at the National Film and Sound Archive on the 2 June. Anu spoke about her humble beginnings in the Torres Strait Islands, domestic violence and the limited opportunities for women. Read More Last year ‘Island Home’ was added to the National Film and Sound Archive’s Sounds of Australia Registry.  Christine will take to the stage at the National Film and Sound Archive in Canberra for an evening of music, memories and conversation on June 2 as… Read more Christine Anu: Life is hard but stay on your path

Christine Anu writes for RendezView: Why are our Indigenous youths committing suicide?

Christine Anu, one of Australia’s most successful Indigenous performers, has written a moving column for The Daily Telegraph’s RendezView about the increasing number of youth suicides within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Here is an extract from the article: “My heart broke when I read about Matt Taylor, an undertaker in the outback Western Australian town of Leonora who buried his son, a victim of suicide. In this part of Australia broken by the mining downturn, it is the sixth Aboriginal youth suicide in the last 18 months. Last year in Western Australia a… Read more Christine Anu writes for RendezView: Why are our Indigenous youths committing suicide?