MORNINGTON ISLAND

Indigenous Hip Hop Projects in partnership with Queensland Cervical Screening Program visited Mornington Island (MI) to make this song and video clip "Gununa Girls - Time to party". IHHP and Colleen Voss spent one week in MI learning the ways of the community and talking women's health. Together we hope this video celebrates the powerful role women have in making a healthy community, how important it is to look after yourself and your family, and how strong culture will live on in MI for many decades to come. We hope that this clip encourages women all over the world to have the confidence to go and get a check up and talk to local nurses, doctors and each other around women's business both mind, spirit and body.

DOOMADGEE

Indigenous Hip Hop Projects in partnership with Queensland Cervical Screening Program visited Doomadgee Aboriginal Community to make this song and video clip "L.O.V.E". IHHP and Colleen Voss spent one week in Doomadgee learning the ways of the community and talking up women's health. Together we hope this video celebrates the powerful role women have in making a healthy community, how important it is to look after yourself and your family, and how strong culture will live on in Doomadgee for many decades to come. We hope that this clip will encourage women all over the world to have the confidence to go and get a check up and talk to local nurses, doctors and each other around women's business both mind, spirit and body.

MOSSMAN GORGE

Indigenous Hip Hop Projects in partnership with Queensland Cervical Screening Program visited Mossman Gorge Aboriginal Community to make this song and video clip "Keep Looking Forward". IHHP and Colleen Voss spent one week in Mossman Gorge learning the ways of the community and talking up women's health. Together we hope this video celebrates the powerful role women have in making a healthy community, how important it is to look after yourself and your family, and how strong culture will live on in Mossman Gorge for many decades to come. We hope that this clip will encourage women all over the world to have the confidence to go and get a check up and talk to local nurses, doctors and each other around women's business both mind, spirit and body.

MORNINGTON ISLAND

IHHP artists in partnership with North West Queensland Primary Health Care, Regional Operations Council, and Mission Australia worked alongside the talent young leaders of Mornington Island community to create this health promotion Music Video called "Hit the Ground". IHHP was privileged to visit Mornington Island talking up health issues around Tackling Tobacco, Sexual Reproductive Health and Social and Emotional Well-being. If this song is any indication of the future leaders of Mornington Island community then look out, because they are strong, proud and DEADLY!!! This song is guarantee to make you stomp the ground. Power to the young leaders may your voice be heard, may you stand proud and strong.

COEN

Indigenous Hip Hop Projects were proud to partner with Apunipima Cape York Health Service and the community of Coen to make this deadly Music Video called "Coen Central Remix". The week long intensive project was apart of Apunipima's "Go Physical Be Healthier" aimed at reducing the risk factors of chronic disease in the community.IHHP alongside Nutritionists provided information around healthy eating, physical activity, making deadly choices, regular health checks, and Chronic disease. We worked with the local community members to build capacity, leadership, knowledge, respect, self determination and confidence to make changes towards better health and wellbeing. Watch this clip, share it and shake a leg till you break a leg.

OLD MAPOON

Indigenous Hip Hop Projects were proud to partner with Apunipima Cape York Health Service and the community of Old Mapoon to make this deadly Music Video called "Boom Boom Boom". The week long intensive project was apart of Apunipima's "Go Physical Be Healthier" aimed at reducing the risk factors of chronic disease in the community. IHHP alongside Nutritionists provided information around healthy eating, physical activity, making deadly choices, regular health checks, and Chronic disease. We worked with the local community members to build capacity, leadership, knowledge, respect, self determination and confidence to make changes towards better health and wellbeing. Watch this clip, share it and Boom Boom Boom.

DOOMMADGEE

IHHP artists in partnership with Central and North West Queensland Medicare Local, Doomadgee PCYC, Doomadgee Well Being Centre and Save the Children worked alongside the talented youth from Doomadgee community, to create this health promotion music video called "He Said, She Said". IHHP was privileged to revisit Doomadgee Country talking about health issues around, social and emotional well being, Gossip, Yarn Carting, Bullying, Jealousy and Back Biting. If this song is any indication of the future leaders of the Doomadgee community, then look out, because they are strong, proud and DEADLY!!! This song is guaranteed to make you think about the positives in yourself and the strengths that everyone has to offer. Think about what you say to others and how it will effect them. If you are gonna say something on line or to someones face then make sure its positive and constructive. Power to the young leaders, may your voice be heard, may you stand proud, black and strong.

ECHUCA

November 2015, Co Director Dion Brownfield returned home to Yorta Yorta Country to work closely with Clayton Murray Mitchell, Gabby Johnson, Chris Cooper Narjic Day - Burns, Sissy Cooper, Aunty Neva Atkinson, Uncle Des Morgan, Philly Murray, Tony Hunt, Isaiah Firebrace, Cee Cee Honey Bee, Danzal Baker, Nelly Harris and Michael O'Connell. Together with students from schools around the area we explored themes around culture, education and health. Such a great week working on Yorta Yorta country for the build up to the "3 Rivers Festival". What a special moment that will never be forgotten by the community members that attended this modern day Yorta Yorta corroboree held at the Junction of the Campaspe and Murray Rivers. So proud of the whole community!!! What a deadly achievement this video!