The film focuses on the events that led to the setting up of the National Black Theatre in Redfern in 1972 by a small group of untrained political activists, writers, dancers and actors, with Bob Maza at the helm. Spanning only five years, it was a way that Aboriginal people felt they could get their voices heard effectively.
Teachers will be able to connect The Redfern Story to Year 10–12 studies of History and English.
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