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46: Claiming Your Aboriginality and Paying Homage to Your Ancestry with Ella Noah Bancroft

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As a mixed fair-skinned Bundjalung native born in Australia, Ella Noah Bancroft always felt like she was challenged about just how pure she was as an indigenous person. With growing up to words and notions like that, Ella knew she needed to pay homage to her lineage and respect to the stolen generation by continuing their culture and bringing it to the modern era.

Ella is now the founder and pioneer of The Decolonisation Movement, and had dedicated her life to the rise of female energy as the way for us to reconnect and release ourselves from the bounds of personal, social, and ecological constraints.

In this episode we talk about the impact of colonisation and how we can respect the fine line between cultural appropriation and appreciation. I definitely recommend that you hear her out on the impact we have on our earth and shared future!

 

In This Episode, We Discuss:

  • Claiming your aboriginality
  • Ella’s mission to pay homage to her lineage
  • The stigma around being mixed-race and the Stolen Generation
  • Colonisation and its impact on natives
  • The fine line between cultural appropriation and appreciation
  • Navigating sustainability these days
  • How we can contribute to change these days
  • The connection between indigenous cultures and environmentalism
  • Ella’s work with young women and storytelling
  • Ella’s last words for us to reconnect with the earth

 

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