Margaret Harvey is of Saibai Island blood – Ait Koedal and Samu clans – as well as of English heritage. She is an actor, writer, thinker and director who works across the medium of live performance and film, creating and re-creating stories.
Non-fictionFor all the clans on Saibai, both migrations were distressing, uprooting families from their homelands where they had lived for thousands of years. Nevertheless, knowledge produced from these migrations has been embedded in stories chronicling the changing climate, and shared throughout the generations. A strong sense of pride is conveyed when recounting these narratives of adaption and resilience. Story is the key because the wisdom is in the story.
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