kani rrala is palawa kani (Tasmanian Aboriginal language) for ‘strong talk’.

The kani rrala project arose at the initiation of the gentle, tenacious, proud, Aboriginal woman and activist, Alison Stone. Alison is a steady whirlwind of inspiration for the equity of her people – indeed for all rights-denied people.

During the first half of 2016, Speech Pathology Tasmania speech pathologists Courtney Dunbabin and Rosie Martin worked with three adolescent Aboriginal boys on language and literacy. The young men made amazing gains with this program of intensive, direct teaching of these empowering communication skills.

Read about what happened, here in the kani rrala report.