Black Sovereignty is in Our HandZ. Our lands everywhere are hurting and we are being called on urgently to start this healing process. Our lands need to be well for our people to be well. Our ancestors are waking us up and we are responding. Black sovereignty is about the wellbeing of everyone; Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous. We all need to take part.

Fires, floods, pandemic; Black Lives Matter and the time for change has never been so imminent. Get behind the Decolonise mob as we gather on country to yarn about how we generate sustaining black leadership. Your donation will enable First Nations elders, leaders and emerging young ones in our music, arts, storytelling and activism spaces to sit together, strengthen our relationship to country and integrate our old ways into current times, bringing our lands and people back to balance.

We are navigating this medicine with our ancestors, we are following the guidance in this process to decolonise so we can build a symbiotic relationship with our lands again, so they can sustain us and our future generations. The funds will be used toward travel, accommodation, food and cultural supplies for the initial gathering in Deep South Australia on First Nations sacred lands in November 2020. Funds raised will also assist the output of recordings and materials to support everyone in this healing and decolonisation of our lands and living.

Donate today and come on this exploration with us. We will keep you up to speed with our process and discoveries. You will receive a pre-release to anything Decolonise publishes; interviews, podcasts, music, docos or short films.

Listen Up to the DECOLONISE Podcast Here on Apple: 

Or on indigiTUBE:
DECOLONISE EP1 Yarnin with Alwyn Doolan 
DECOLONISE EP2 Yarnin with Jarmbi 
DECOLONISE EP3 Yarnin with Barkaa 

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About Decolonise:
Jaja Dare (Wiradjuri) is ablaze with the exploration of how we move forward as a nation and believes an epic part of decolonising our systems is the internal revolution, a deep commitment to self-responsibility and healing. Systemic racism continues to perpetuate trauma in this country, for our people and our lands. The system is cracking and it is up to all of us to listen deeply. It is time for our country to evolve into what is not only possible, but necessary.

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