koori

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koori

(ˈkʊərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a native Australian
[C19: from a native Australian language]
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There are now scores of Indigenous multimedia hubs celebrating music, language and culture across the country, from Ngaanyatjarra Media in the Western Desert of Western Australia to Gadigal Information Service's Kooris in Space, based in Sydney's CBD.
Jungreis represented the seller, Black Spruce Capital and Samuel Kooris of Rosewood Realty Group represented the buyer, a private investor.
There are Kooris who say that outsiders cannot get our sense of humour.
Storytelling is everyday practice and experience for Wiradjuri Kooris in rural New South Wales.
45) On vagagi toenaoline, et Oleviste uues kooris seisis Sakramendi altar kooriumbriskaigu kagunurga seinas paikneva paekivist sakramendinisi juures, mis parineb ilmselt kooriruumiga samast ajast, st umbes 1420.
David Kooris, the city's economic development chief, said Bridgeport has always embraced its creative side, and using McLevy as a temporary space for the arts seemed like a no-brainer.
David Kooris is Vice President and Connecticut Director at Regional Plan Association, the nation's oldest regional planning organization conducting research and advocating for progressive environmental, economic, and social policy across the New York Metropolitan region since the 1920s.
In 1974, South Tech employed six Kooris [Indigenous Australians] when funding was made available for jobs meeting 'the needs of School Councils and Principals while fully satisfying qualification requirements'.
Participants cited incidences of being asked for cigarettes or money, or in some cases fights, as evidence of the differences between their own situations and that of local Kooris.
Ha ha I'm back all with South West Syndicate so make your call Slappin' high fives everywhere I go with my lyrical flow that I know, so--Our nation of residence is getting hesitant They can't do shit cos' they got no evidence 200 years of this bullshit us kooris have had enough So you better quit Got brothers like me behind bars and in the gutter Portraying us as stupid black fuckers The white man's plan is getting outta hand We're being hung up in your cells across the land Keep an eye on them drunks in the park Time for us to raise up outta the dark From Broome all the way to Redfern Brothers and sistas raise up it's your turn
Thank god, I thought that we Redcoats did not have to re-enact the dispossession or violence inflicted on Kooris during this period of Australian history.
Curator Tony Birch tells how visiting Kooris trace their genealogy through the images, leading down to the present; some even talk to the subjects, their family.

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