IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS

T A K E  A C T I O N

Here are just a few ways that you can support us to raise the profile of the film & the campaigns we’re working on:


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Stay up to date on where to see the film, the impact goals we are working on and when we need your help. We promise to send quality emails (irregularly!)

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TELL EVERYONE ABOUT THE FILM

Getting the word out there about an independent documentary takes lots of support. Please download images for social media to share with your friends, family, school, workplace and wider networks.

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HOST A SCREENING IN CINEMAS FROM FEBRUARY 2020

From February 2020 you can host your own private cinema screening. Choose your local cinema, structure the event and harness the film’s messages for your own network/ workplace.

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HOST A SCREENING IN YOUR COMMUNITY FROM APRIL 2020

From April 2020 you can host your own private screening onsite at your town hall, workplace, school, community centre. We encourage screenings that support the messages of the film and impact goals devised by the family (see below). 

Join other schools screenings across the country who are screening the film to mark Reconciliation week 27th May -3rd June.

Want to host multiple screenings across the country? Email our team at hello@inmyblooditruns.com to be a key screening partner.

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SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS

Our filmmaking and distribution is grounded in supporting the leadership and vision of First Nations families leading change in their communities. Our approach to change is partnership and movement based. To show your support for First Nations agency we invite you to get behind the work of two of our core partner organisations:

Children's Ground

Our film advisors are the directors, educators and grandmothers who lead Children’s Ground. Children’s ground is changing the status quo for the next generation, preventing pathways to welfare and prison by transforming education and creating hope and opportunity. It is a 25 year approach to ensure agency for children and families over their social, cultural, political and economic futures.

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Akeyulerre, The Healing Centre

Amelia, Dujuan’s Nana is a Angangkere (Traditional Healer) and a leader of Akeyulerre. Akeuyulerre protects and promotes Arrernte traditional healing with knowledge, practice and expertise that is integral to the well being of the whole community and has been kept for over 65,000+ years. They have many programs including Angkwerre-iweme to support Angangkeres like Dujuan.

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I M P A C T  C A M P A I G N

In My Blood It Runs will have a multi year strategy for social impact that dovetails with our distribution.

As the film is released, we will be working with a range of national partners to deliver an impact campaign that has been strategised in close consultation with Dujuan and his family as well as an advisory group of senior Arrernte and Garrwa Elders and leaders.


Key Impact Goals:

  1. Address racism by sharing lived experiences of First Nations people and challenging structural racism.
  2. Build significant support for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander led education system.
  3. Mainstream schools become more culturally safe for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
  4. Amplify evidence-backed restorative youth justice solutions instead of punitive youth justice. Including Raising the age of criminality from 10 to 14 or 16 years old.

 
Key Campaign Messages:

  • Aboriginal people love and care for their children
  • Aboriginal people have solutions
  • Aboriginal people’s knowledge systems and culture are alive and well
  • Children have agency and can speak truth to power
  • Aboriginal people should have the right to determine and lead their own education
  • Australia needs to be honest about our past in order to build a more just future
  • Aboriginal people live with racism everyday and it causes harm
  • We need restorative approaches to juvenile justice rather than punitive approaches. 


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