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May 14th, 2016
Episode 1271 of 1517 episodes
Can traditional healing and the practice of culture help reduce the appalling suicide rates in Aboriginal communities? Tjilirra is the broad Pintupi term for hunting tools like spears and boomerangs, the making of which was handed down from father to son. Now - as a men’s movement - it’s being applied in the cause of suicide prevention.
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