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Title Living Black: Ditching the Durry
Published Australia : SBS ONE, 2011
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Summary The statistics are alarming: one in two Indigenous Australians smoke, and it's one of this community's biggest killers. A national campaign is underway to encourage people to quit the habit, but will it work?; In Arnhem Land, isolation and disadvantage are putting youth at risk. With substance abuse high, few options for rehabilitation and jail a common experience, the situation is grim; Meanwhile in Queensland, the therapeutic potential of music is being harnessed to improve Indigenous mental health.And recreational facilities are something most of us take for granted. But in the Central Australian community of Mutitjulu, traditional owners are using money earned from tourist dollars spent at Uluru to help develop facilites for their youth
Event Broadcast 2011-05-01 at 16:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Health and hygiene.
Alcoholics -- Rehabilitation.
Drug addicts -- Mental health.
Music therapy.
Smoking -- Prevention.
Substance abuse -- Prevention.
Northern Territory -- Arnhem Land.
Queensland.
Form Streaming video
Author Grant, Karla, host