Reading #4: vlog series of incremental readings from ‘Debt The First 5000 Years’

 

Reading #4, pp. 6-8

Ends bottom of third paragraph, p.8 @ ‘… all revolutionary movements had a single program: “Cancel the debts and redistribute the land.”

 

 

 

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2 responses to “Reading #4: vlog series of incremental readings from ‘Debt The First 5000 Years’

  1. Bree, just saw the Rorruwuy Manikay recording you posted. Lovely! Thanks for sharing it.

  2. Ah, it is a beautiful, beautiful clip isn’t it! Rorruwuy is a Homeland Community I’m quite familiar with as it’s very near Camp, where my adoptive family live (and where my research is based).

    Not only beautifully performed but very thoughtfully filmed – it captures or evokes so many subtleties of context and performance so as to give a very real sense of what it is like to be there. The Mulka Project are producing some really amazing art and media – a really amazing, community based project based out of Yirrkala in the Northern Territory (The Mulka Project have a channel on Youtube, actually: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheMulkaProject

    Glad you liked it! x

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