On the box

Issue 

Blaxtrax: Local Knowledge — Features Newcastle Indigenous hip-hop trio Local Knowledge, who are loved for their "in your face" lyrics addressing issues of cultural identity and empowerment. SBS, Saturday, February 26, 5.30pm.

Message Stick: Rosalie's Journey — Actress Rosalie (Ngarla) Kunoth-Monks, speaks for the first time about her life in central Australia as a young woman and the profound cultural challenges she faced in playing the lead role in the 1955 movie Jedda. ABC, Sunday, February 27, 1.30pm.

No Man's Land — This Oscar-winning film underlines the tragic pointlessness of war, the hypocrisy of "peace-keeping" forces and particularly the ruthlessness of the media as it makes a circus of conflict and death. SBS, Sunday, February 27, 9pm.

Beyond Baghdad — Journalist Martin Smith travels across Iraq to take a long, hard look at the country to which the US president has vowed to bring "democracy". SBS, Thursday, March 3, 2pm.

From Green Left Weekly, February 23, 2005.
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UPCOMING EVENT

IN CONVERSATION WITH BRUCE PASCOE: The Climate Emergency & Indigenous Land Practice

SATURDAY 5 DECEMBER ♦ 4PM ACT, NSW, TAS & VIC ♦ 3:30PM SA ♦ 3PM Qld ♦ 2:30PM NT ♦ 1PM WA

Zoom panel featuring Bunurong man Bruce Pascoe, award-winning Australian writer and editor, author of Dark Emu: Black Seeds: Agriculture or Accident?

Also featuring agroecologist Alan Broughton, filmmaker & Rural Fire Service volunteer Robynne Murphy and City of Moreland councillor Sue Bolton.

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