Senior women prepare for Sunday’s official ceremony, when they will celebrate the culture of an ancient past – and share it with the next generationRene Kulitja and Elsie Taylor are braiding headbands – dozens of them – in red, black and yellow wool when we arrive to visit them at Mutitjulu, the small Anangu community on the eastern side of Uluru.The headbands are for the inma (dance) that they and dozens of other Anangu people will perform for the assembled dignitaries at the official ceremony on Sunday evening marking the closure of the Uluru climb. Continue reading…
Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/oct/27/anangu-express-deep-joy-at-uluru-climb-closure-we-are-going-to-be-dancing-for-the-children
Author : Lorena Allam and Mike Bowers
Publish date : 2019-10-27 01:30:10
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