Why the stories are told - Introduction

told by Aunty Beryl Carmichael

Aunty Beryl Carmichael comes from Ngiyaampaa country in western New South Wales. She is a custodian of many Ngiyaampaa stories and incorporates these into her work at Broken Hill and Menindee, where she runs camps for young Aboriginal people. Here she talks about the importance of storytelling in educating Aboriginal children. Filmed on the banks of the Darling River (in flood) near Menindee.

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