A freelance writer and traveller who likes to explore the spiritual, literary and hidden gems of Adelaide and beyond.
Sharing Indigenous Culture and Stories
As part of Reconciliation Week, Jack Buckskin will present a talk about the Kaurna kinship system and its complexities, including the Kaurna language names for family relationships. The talk will be live-streamed on the Marion Cultural Centre Facebook Page at 11am, Thursday June 4.
Reconciliation Week 2020 In This Together
Jack Buckskin is a Kaurna, Narungga and Wirangu man, born in the Adelaide Plains region, who has dedicated himself to learning and sharing the Kaurna language and culture. He has been heavily involved in the Kaurna revitalisation movement for more than ten years and continues to contribute to the development and teaching of the Kaurna language. Jack also shares his culture and stories through dance and other cultural workshops through his cultural services and dance group, Kuma Kaaru, which translates to 'one blood'.