These videos should be used with care.
Mundy-Turner: Have You Forgotten Me? - live performance
Published on Nov 11, 2016This music video is dedicated to the more than 500,000 children who were 'raised' in institutional care in Australia during the 20th century and who suffered unthinkable abuse in these places best described as "hell-holes".
Published on Apr 29, 2014
Child Abuse Awareness and Sexual Assault Prevention video to show how we must speak out
**Not all of these paintings of children are abused children, happy to be able to say. There are a few that are very happy, well taken care of and loved children. We do all we can to protect the privacy of those who are being abused."
All the beautiful Artwork belong to my friend Michal Madison..www.MichalMadisonArt.net/galleries.html...
I do own the rights to the Video and the Song
Published on Jun 12, 2012On Eagles Wings
Songwriter: Christine J Harms Recorded: Great Music Studios, Brisbane, Australia
Christine sang her song "On Eagles Wings" at the Life In Children's Home Exhibition in Canberra
Published on May 8, 2012
The pride of a nation shines thou the eyes of her children
won't you make a stand for the Street Angels in every nation everywhere.This is my prayer to the Christ.- tonight. We were all children once.
Uploaded on Feb 8, 2010
The Australian Government Apology Song. Written For THE FORGOTTEN AUSTRALIANS by Graham Evans for THE FORGOTTEN AUSTRALIANS and former CHILD MIGRANTS. ( Leed Guitar by Jeff Ferguson )
Uploaded on Dec 7, 2010
"A CALL FOR JUSTICE" By Mark Torr
This song is a dedication to all that have endured loneliness and hardship throughout their journey from the innocence of childhood to becoming an adult.
It is a call for justice for those that suffered abuse at the hands of the very people that were charged to protect them.
This song represents a collective call for justice for one and all.
It is a recognition that many came from all walks of life, Orphanages, Foster Care, Child Migrants, and from within Church and Government institutions.
It is also dedicated to all those that have fallen along the way and no longer walk amongst us.
SORRY IS JUST A WORD, dedicated to THE FORGOTTEN AUSTRALIANS and Former CHILD MIGRANTS and all other STOLEN GENERATIONS.
There were laundries here in AUSTRALIA in Victoria, run by the Good Shepherd nuns, Oakleigh, Geelong and Ballarat laundry and girls were made to work while they waited to have their baby.
Published on Jun 10, 2014
Colin Hay and Archie Roach singing "We Won't Cry" together, during an interview at 774 ABC Melboure in June 9, 2014.
Published on May 7, 2012
Lyrics and music br Christine J Harms, singer/songwriter from Brisbane Australia
Just to let you all know I wrote this song a long time ago for the young adults who have Downs
and it was just wonderful to see them put heart and soul into what they were doing. and the people who stood with them. Helen and her crew in Melboune Australia.I dam sure i saw their hearts smilin right thou their eyes that dayGod Bless
Took The Children Away
Uploaded on Jul 18, 2011
In Iconic Songs on Thursday 25 August on STVDIO, Archie talks about his own experience as one of the Stolen Generation, and how writing Took the Children Away song helped to heal the pain. Then he and long-time friends Shane Howard and Neil Murray perform a heart-breaking acoustic rendition of the song.
Uploaded on Feb 8, 2010
To all Forgotten Australians and former Child Migrants. The Apology Movie by Graham Evans. 16th Nov 2009, by Hon Kevin Rudd and Malcom Turnbull
Uploaded on Feb 20, 2011
This song to The Forgotten Australian's and Former Child Migrants.Music and lyrics, by Graham Evans Edited by Lisa Blyth, produced by Graham Evans
"And from all the states in OZ we come"
Independently released in September 2010 and broadcast multiple times on ABC RAGE TV and Country Music Channel, 'Charity & Ghosts' is described by PBS FM as "a perfect song".
This song/ video also sheds light upon the historical period with rare newspapers clippings from 1940/50s, that tells of the plans to populate Australia with "white British stock'. This forced migration policy was in full force until 1967, there are even some records dating 1972.
Uploaded on Apr 5, 2007
Bob Randall is an Yankunytjatjara Elder and a traditional owner of Uluru (Ayers Rock). In the early 70's Bob's song, "Brown Skin Baby (They Took Me Away)" became an anthem for the Aboriginal people. He is the author of two books: his autobiography Songman and a children's book Tracker Tjginji, and is the subject of the recent documentary film Kanyini. For more, visit globalonenessproject.org.