Incarceration Nation is harrowing and heartbreaking. It takes the viewer on a journey through the legislative and policy changes, both historic and contemporary, that create systemic incarceration and racial injustice. I commend all involved in the producing, filming, storytelling and making of this very powerful, truthful film.
[Watch the premiere of Incarceration Nation on NITV, Sunday 29 August 8:30PM]
Reconciliation week is once again upon us. Some would say Reconciliation has lost its mojo, its spizzaz, is an old overused word that is out of date, and even that it has made very little difference to First Nations Peoples.
‘For a man who has spent his life working within the system to improve the lives of Aboriginal people, Robert Isaacs could be forgiven for harbouring a deep resentment for the institutions that raised him’.
Reporter: Matt Bamford
There is no single or simple way to define what it means to grow up Aboriginal in Australia, but this anthology is an attempt to showcase as many of the diverse voices, experiences and stories together as possible.
Dr Anita Heiss