Prison Songs’ Impact Campaign and Inside Out Aboriginal Justice Consultancy have teamed together to bring Prison Songs, the award-winning documentary, to you.
From award-winning director Kelrick Martin comes Prison Songs, a ground-breaking documentary that gives voice to these normally overlooked Australians in the most extraordinary way – through song.
Keenan, is a passionate advocate for lowering Indigenous incarceration rates and raising awareness of this significant issue. He is currently an ambassador for Just Reinvest NSW and for this award-winning documentary and he has been kind enough to accompany the screening and share his story.
We are also extremely grateful to have Cheree Toka attending, a passionate advocate for Indigenous rights, to talk about her petition that calls on the NSW government to fly a third flag alongside the Australian and the NSW flags – one that acknowledges and celebrates our ancient and authentic indigenous culture; the red, black and yellow Aboriginal flag.
You can find out more about Prison Songs here and learn more about Keenan via linkedin – Keenan Mundine alternatively you can hear Keenan’s story here.
To find out more about Cheree’s petition please visit change.org