'In My Blood It Runs', book launch and panel

Please join us for the launch of the new children's book: In My Blood It Runs,  written by Dujuan Hoosan, Margaret Anderson and Carol Turner, with illustrations by Blak Douglas. The book is based on the documentary of the same name and continues the argument for self-determined education, and reform of school and juvenile justice systems and education policy.

These issues will be explored through a panel discussion with confirmed speakers:

  • Steph Isbester,  Educational Consultant, National Indigenous Youth Education Coalition (NIYEC)
  • Dan Greene, Assistant Director of Education, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)
  • Eli Archer, Lecturer in Teacher Education, University of Canberra

Registered attendees will go in the draw to receive a free copy of In My Blood It Runs at the event.

This event is co-sponsored by the ANU Research Centre for Deep History and AIATSIS Education.  

If you require accessibility accommodations or a visitor Personal Emergency Evacuation plan please contact the event organiser.

Date & time

Thu 07 Mar 2024, 5–6.30pm


Harry Hartog ANU Campus (Building 153)


School of History


Beth Marsden


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