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Deadly Feet
Aboriginal Sporting Heroes

Year

2006

Producer

VEA

Country of Origin

Australia

Duration

00:27:00

Product Code

VEA06029000

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Sport is believed to be an area where 'all' people, no matter what their colour or creed, can participate equally. This program explores the myth of sport as the great leveller and the role of the media in constructing the 'rags to riches' tales. Narrated by Kyle Vander-Kuyp, this program focuses on various different sports and discusses the historical reasons for the different levels of participation Indigenous people have taken in the various codes. Students will learn about the importance of sport to Indigenous people and the efforts being made to stop racism and promote healthy lifestyles. Features interviews with Evonne Goolagong-Cawley, Gary Ella, Anthony Mundine and Marcia Ella.

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Production Year
2006

Duration
00:27:00

Producer
VEA

Country Of Origin
Australia

Level
Junior Secondary to Middle Secondary

Product Code
VEA06029000