TLF ID R10110
This is an edited sound recording, from July 2008, of Indigenous singer-songwriter Jimmy Little. Little tells how his parents lived on an Aboriginal mission, with their movements very restricted. He also recalls going to a movie theatre where people were separated by race, but says examples of racism such as these were 'border lines', imposed by white society, which he could sometimes cross by being open and friendly. He was not inspired 'to wear the banner' or to try to change people's attitudes in his role as an entertainer.