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"Indigenous people have a powerful remembering for us, because they pull us right back to the land, out of our disembodied heads. They make us sit on the ground, get our feet dirty again, dance in time to the rhythm of the Earth. We need to take this back to our own world. Our task is not to grab knowledge like some kind of trophy, but to bring wisdom back into our hearts and minds and our own lives." These are the words of Diana James, an Australian anthropologist who has become integrated into the aboriginal family structure of Nganyinytja. James speaks with Leah and Lee Brady, members of the Pitjantjatjara Tribe of Australia. Leah is a daughter of the tribal matriarch, and Lee is currently a community-aid worker in the aboriginal community in Amata. They inform us of the struggles between lawmakers and native Australians, their hopes for resolution, and how we can all become active custodians of the land we live on in a way that recreates the aliveness of the land and the people who dwell there. (hosted by Michael Toms)
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