Bob Randall is a Yankunytjatjara Elder and a traditional owner of Uluru--also known as Ayers Rock. Taken from his family at the age of seven, he is among the "stolen generation" of Aboriginal people. Bob works as teacher and leader for Aboriginal land rights, education, community development and cultural awareness. In the early 70's, his song "Brown Skin Baby (They Took Me Away)" became an anthem for his people.


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    I have so much to learn from insightful folks like this gentle man. Thank you.

  • Ettore

    He said it all: he is so lucky! Ah, the simplicity, serenity and truth emanating from this wonderful being. Thank you!

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  • Acquaint yourself with the indigenous principle of Kanyini--an unconditional connection to land and culture--and the documentary through which Bob Randall shares this understanding.
  • "The land owns us," observes Randall. Many of us tend to think in the reverse. Find a way today to honor the land that supports you.
  • Connect with indigenous people of all kinds by reading the literature they've produced.

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