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Desert Pea Media

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Desert Pea Media

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The Mob - Speak With Me     Indigenous, Reggae, Hip Hop, Australian Indigenous 01/06/2018
The Mob is group of young, Indigenous, razor-sharp rappers and angelic vocalists from the remote community of Walgett in Western NSW. Evolving from an ongoing Desert Pea Media mentoring program.
'Speak With Me' is an invitation from the Kamileroi people to local services. In a context where mental health is at crisis point, and the pressures of living in two worlds are bigger than ever, 'The Mob' want us to connect around the fire, by the river, where we belong.

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The Condo Crew - How Ya Feelin'     Indigenous, Australian Indigenous, Hip Hop, Rap 25/05/2018
Created via a 5 day Desert Pea Media storytelling workshop. Starring an incredibly talented group of young Indigenous people from Condobolin, NSW - with DPM staff and local community members.
'How Ya Feelin' is a conversation driven by young people to yarn up about wellness, to be positive, inclusive and supportive of each other and our community. Pride, culture, family and connection are vital in this story, and critical thinking about how we can affect positive change.

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Cowra Crew - What We Can Do     Hip Hop, Australian Indigenous, Reggae, Hip Hop 23/05/2018
Cowra Crew is a group of young people and community members from Cowra NSW, who came together to create a conversation about mental health and well-being through songwriting and film.
A nod to the leaders of the resistance - the freedom fighters of Erambie Mission who fought for Indigenous rights for decades. This story talks about the importance of knowing and understanding your cultural heritage, of celebrating diversity, and of working together to create an inclusive and positive popular culture.

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