Conversations with unstoppable women
Zohl de Ishtar
Nobel Peace Prize Nominee and Irish-Australian socio-cultural activist, Dr Zohl dé Ishtar has been involved with the Women Elders of the very remote Aboriginal community of Balgo in Western Australia for some 15 years.
The author of Daughters of the Pacific and editor of Pacific Women Speak Out for Independence and Denuclearisation, Zohl is highly regarded for the seminal analysis of white-black relations provided by Holding Yawulyu: White Culture and Black Women's law, first published in 2005 and republished in 2016.
Zohl talks about the dimensions of Kapululangu Women's Law and Culture Centre and the communities.
The work of Kapululangu is funded totally by donations. For example, Women Howling at the Moon events contribute any profits from Howling events to support the work of the Kapululangu Women Elders.
Two videos to come:
2. Zohl talking about her personal challenge and achievement in ....