blackfella


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blackfella

(ˈblækˌfɛlə)
n
offensive Austral an Aborigine or Black person
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The company wants to eventually supply these products to various markets such as Blackfella Beef, a food label co-operative designed to market indigenous produced red meat products, Mr Furner said.
What I loved about the Trust is that you didn't necessarily have to be a Blackfella to get a job there.
And Borg gives him more--and better--dialogue; one can hardly imagine Gulpilil's Fingerbone saying, of the shooters, 'By yimminy, I fill him with salt next time!' (46) In the film, it is he, too, who gives Storm Boy his name because he 'run like a blackfella, like the wind'--unlike in the novel, in which the boy is so named by campers who see him 'calm and happy' in the eye of a storm.
You need blackfella welcome and whitefella welcome; you plan to look like welcome walking.
I'd like to see every blackfella comin' back from university and kickin' every bloodsucking whitefella outta here.
She describes the social history of the main musical styles of non-ancestral music played in the region, how they mediate aspects of different forms of manhood, and musicians' experiences in an Aboriginal recording studio, remote Aboriginal settlements, small non-indigenous towns, and tours beyond the musicians' homelands, including how a oslack and blacko ethos shapes understandings of blackfella male and musical activities; regional relatedness and distinctiveness among different communities, kin, and language groupings; the contradiction between imagined and lived blackfella and whitefella engagement; and interactions with urban and non-indigenous musicians.
Synopsis: Edited and transcribed by Chris Woodland, "Billy the Blackfella from Bourke" is the story of Australia's Billy Gray, who called himself "a blackfella from Bourke" ('blackfella' is an informal term used in Australian English to refer to Indigenous Australians).
"Blackfella Films: Decolonizing Urban Aboriginality in Redfern Now." SAuC 7.2-3 (2013): 215-25.
Gulpilil plays Charlie, an ageing blackfella who is frustrated by the Australian government's Northern Territory intervention and other intrusive whitefella laws that are being enforced on his remote Australian community.
They were there for show.' IN2 pointed out, 'Their (the company) main and only concern is that their shareholders have a good return on their investments, there is not much in the sense of corporate social responsibility.' This statement found further support from IN3 who stated, 'They (the company) are not really interested in the blackfella at all.
[A] ** MURRAY, Neil (text) Various School Children (illus.) BlackFella WhiteFella One Day Hill Pub, 2012 unpaged $19.99 pbk ISBN 9780980794892 SCIS 1551636
Looking for Blackfella's Point: An Australian history of place.