Prison Songs: Australia's Musical Aboriginal Inmates

In the heart of Australia's prison system, Aboriginal inmates find solace and expression through music. These musical Aboriginal inmates, often hailing from remote communities with rich cultural traditions, use their songs to tell stories of their lives, their struggles, and their hopes. Through their music, they explore themes of identity, dispossession, and the resilience of the human spirit. Their songs serve as a powerful testament to the resilience and creativity of the Aboriginal people, even in the face of adversity.

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