Articles by: Jack Green

Author Biography:

Jack Green is a senior Garrwa man, artist and cultural warrior. He is a board member of the Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority (AAPA) and is a council member for the Borroloola/Barkly region on the Northern Land Council.

‘It’s Raining Motorcars’: Mining and the destruction of Aboriginal Sacred Sites

We were out in Gudanji country, a place some of us older people know well. But we didn’t know where we were. The river had gone, huge mountains of waste rock were piled high in the sky, blocking our view of The Barramundi Dreaming… We were lost in our own country.

Informit: Flow of voices

I am a Garawa man. My country is in the southwest Gulf of Carpentaria. It is cut in two by the Northern Territory/Queensland border.

Informit: From Jacky Green’s ‘Flow of voices’