Join Amnesty’s Mudgee Group for their online Q&A event to discuss the film In My Blood it Runs.
The film follows the life of 10-year-old Central Australian aboriginal boy, Dujuan, whose family works hard to find solutions to the inadequacies of the education services available to him. Dujuan successfully negotiates life within his own culture, including learning to be a healer, but is deemed a failure by two of the schools he attends. Finally the family finds a living environment and school that works for young Dujuan.
Mudgee Local Aboriginal Land Council chair, Aleshia Lonsdale, and Mudgee Amnesty Action Group convener will take your questions and provide commentary on the documentary, then open up the discussion to online participants.