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Title Living Black : New York Marathon.

Published Australia : SBS ONE [broadcaster], 2011 November 06 at 16:30:00.

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Summary This week Living Black is brought to you from New York City, where for the first time, four Indigenous women will participate in the New York Marathon. In Part Two of our report on the Kimberley gas hub dispute, we analyse the politics behind this multi-billion dollar project. On Erub Island we witness a remarkable family reunion as Torres Strait and New Caledonian descendants of Christian missionaries reconnect. And we bring you the story of how an Australian Rules trip to Mozambique became a cultural journey for a group of Aboriginal sportsmen. Plus this week the Music Project Sydney teenager Nellie Dargan is back by popular demand.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Grant, Karla, host.
Armbruster, Stefan, reporter.
Clarke, Alan, reporter.
Greatorex, Lindsey, contributor.
Hession, Michael, contributor.
Kildea, Ricky, contributor.
Lui, Walter, contributor.
Martin, Carol, contributor.
Poelina, Anne, contributor.
Roe, Phillip, contributor.
Rowe, Tim, contributor.
Schilling, Kiwa, contributor.
Sharpe, Aaron, contributor.
Tamara, Wetewea, contributor.
Thaiday, Jimmy, contributor.
Wilkes, Adrian, contributor.
Williams, Bridgette, contributor.
Subject Australian Football League.
Family reunions.
Gas industry -- Economic aspects.
Gas industry -- Environmental aspects.
Kanaka (New Caledonian people) -- Social life and customs.
Sports promoters.
News and Current Affairs.