The site is back up, however not all the data has been restored. We are still waiting for the data recovery service to finish working on the drive. As of right now there are a lot of uploaded video and image files that still need to be restored. There are also some newer channels that have not been restored as of yet. As soon as the restoration process is complete I will update here.
Black Enough? Life as a fair-skinned Aborigine person in australia
If African americans thought the concept of light skin and being Black enough was just a problem in Black america it isn't. It is something that exists across the Black world from light skin people to mixed people to those claiming to be Black but look non Black. The issue of race in seen through the eyes of Black australia as Aboriginies who happen to be either light skin or white passing discuss their experience. What is life like for these lighter-skinned Indigenous Australians? And are they truly Aboriginie? Are they Black enough?
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following story contains images of people who have died.