Incarceration Nation lays bare the story of the continued systemic injustice and oppression of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on their own land, told by Indigenous Australians. It’s the beginning of a journey to create conversations and change.
Incarceration Nation will challenge existing narratives of Indigenous incarceration in Australia and tell the truth of our history, revealing the racist systems that continue to impact First Nations people today – and inspiring audiences to dismantle them for a better future.
The film is a powerful tool for individuals, organisations and communities to start nuanced conversations about racism, justice and sovereignty.
Working closely with our impact partners, we will use this film as a key tool to shift narratives, deepen understanding and motivate meaningful action for change under four key themes: