Richmond’s visual celebrations of culture were a clear highlight of Saturday’s Dreamtime Triple Header. In an AFL and VFL first, Richmond players, Sydney Stack and Derek Eggmolesse-Smith were involved directly in the pre-game War Cries prior to their respective matches. The entire VFLW playing 23 […]
For 15 years Dreamtime at the ‘G has served as a celebration of Indigenous culture. Richmond, this year used the powerful platform to support the Victorian Treaty Advancement Commission’s initiatives to engage the Victorian Aboriginal community in opportunities to participate in the Treaty process. The […]
Hear from KGI Program Officer, Matt Muir, who talked about the creation of the Tigers’ Dreamtime at the ‘G War Dance. The dance which is choreographed by KGI alumni is aiming to have increased player involvement this year.
The Laguntas and Jim Stynes Program’s showed their class with an entertaining and skillful clash at the Swinburne Centre last Friday. With players playing for a spot in the All Nations squad, the Indigenous All Stars Laguntas defeated the Multicultural Jim Stynes Academy by 17 […]
Richmond and the Korin Gamadji Institute (KGI) have strengthened their commitment to the Victorian Aboriginal community through a new partnership with the Victorian Treaty Advancement Commission (VTAC). Using the powerful platform of its annual Dreamtime at the ‘G match, Richmond will support VTAC’s initiatives to […]
The Korin Gamadji Institute last week assisted AFL Victoria with the delivery of a combined Laguntas and Jim Stynes Program camp. The three-day event, held at Camp Wyuna in Queenscliff, featured 47 young footballers with Indigenous and multicultural backgrounds. KGI Indigenous Community Engagement Coordinator, Luke […]
Korin Gamadji Institute will extend its globally-recognised REAL program thanks to a $1.2 million commitment announced yesterday by the Liberal National Government. The funding will enable the KGI to establish three Real Healthy hubs in Melbourne, Mildura and Albury-Wodonga, providing 300 Aboriginal youth with programming […]
Tarni Jarvis walked into her first Richmond Emerging Aboriginal Leadership (REAL) Program session as a “mentally struggling” teenage girl. Disconnected and down on confidence, she was attending school just twice a week. Now as a Year 12 graduate, she is preparing to have her in […]