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YARNIN WITH GURRIDYULA
An epic warrior and custodian standing for the reoccupation of land at Waddananggu to protect culture. As original sovereign people of a vast area of unceded land in the Galilee Basin in Central Western "Queensland", Waddananggu is standing to protect land and water from Adani's Carmichael coal mine that is interfering with ancient lore and custom.
YARNIN WITH ELLA NOAH BANCROFT
A deep-hearted descendant of the Bundjalung peoples and blood lines to Scotland and England, Ella Noah Bancroft is passionate about rewilding the world and the feminine force, Ella is an artist, published author, mentor, consultant and founder of The Returning >> advocating for the environment, social justice and system change.
YARNIN WITH BARKAA
A proud Wiimpatya, Barkindji, Malyangapa, Noongu powerhouse sister cutting a fresh voice from Blacktown Darug, Barkaa shares the motivation behind her killa heart-driven lyrics. A mother of three and backed by a potent blak matriarch, Barkaa allows insight to her vision.
YARNIN WITH JARMBI
An origine custodian of the Githabul and Ngarakbul people, Jarmbi is an active caretaker and wisdom keeper who has been working with First Nations Elders around the world for protection and healing of our MotherLandZ. He has worked deeply with movements such as Sea Shepherd and Lock the Gate Anti-Fracking to protect our countries, waters and communities.
YARNIN WITH WUNYUNGAR
Wunyungar [Alwyn Doolan] overcame addiction and identity delusion to complete the longest walk in modern Aboriginal history: over 8,500km through 50 First Nations communities from Cape York to Canberra via Tasmania. Walking with a message stick offering to the Government who declined him, he is named by his traditional Gooreng Gooreng Elders as 'Wunyungar' (Messenger).