Black Lives Matter with IndigenousX (Auslan)
Accessible Performances • 43m
As the global Black Lives Matter protests continue, Australians have been challenged to confront the realities of ongoing racism and Aboriginal deaths in custody. Sydney Opera House has invited IndigenousX to curate this panel discussion exploring how state sanctioned violence is enabled and protected by racist ideology, and the role of protests in achieving reform.
Curated by IndigenousX. #blacklivesmatter
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this talk may contain images and voices of deceased persons.
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