Can a diverse playlist help create world peace?

The findings suggest we shouldn't be playing the same old beats to ourselves over and over.

"Music in general has importance in society above and beyond just being a beautiful thing to listen to: it can change our attitudes about important things like diversity," Professor Jake Harwood, lead researcher from the University of Arizona, told Hack.

'We listen to stuff that sells'

Broncos diversity brings them closer

The team gave their players an opportunity to tell this story and show what their culture means to them last week when they organised a cultural dinner. 

The dinner was used as a bonding experience and encouraged some of the quieter players to come out of their shell. 

The Broncos are a club built on inclusion, and this is not just within the playing group, with the club itself running a number of mentoring and educational programs for Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islander people.