Today Wild Black Women called out white men, got an update on the Black Bridezilla and why they don’t feel sorry for Sunrise.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe has a yarn with Dtarneen Onus-Williams and Jidah Clark. We yarn about the camp that has been set up on the Western Highway in Victoria, to protect 800 year old sacred scared trees and birthing Aboriginal people and supporters are locked in a battle with Vicroad who want to cut down the tree to make way for a highway.
Today on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Kahl Wallis. We yarn about how music is a big part of his life, after high school he was in a band called the medics from north Queensland. On today show we also yarn about his solo journey as an artist he sung two deadly song for us.
On Lets’ Talk this morning I have a yarn with Kabi Kabi and Wiradjuri woman, Alethea Beetson,
Alethea is the Director and Youth Mentor from Digi Youth Arts. We are yarning about some of the deadly work they have coming up like “Black Out” a celebration of Aboriginal Peoples and Torres Strait Islanders culture, history and heritage.
Wild Black Women yarn Indigenous news from around the country, racist advertising and what makes a deadly Welcome to Country.
On Let’s Talk Boe yarns with our deadly sister Emily Wurramara. we have a bit to yarn about her new Album, she is a mum and her upcoming gig this Friday.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with some mob from the Northern Territory Scotty from Borroloola and Dianna from Darwin, both are a part of Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network and Dinna is the NT State coordinator for Seed we yarn about the fight they have against mining in the NT. Earlier this year the Chief Minister of the Northern Territory Michael Gunner lifted the temporary moratorium on fracking.
Today on lets talk Boe speaks to Zac from SEED, Australia’s first Indigenous youth climate network. building a movement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people for climate justice with the Australian Youth Climate Coalition.
Blood-borne virus expert Dr Fabiola Martin from UQ discusses newly-rediscovered HTLV-1 virus amongst Indigenous people in Australia and Intellectual Property lawyer, Stephanie Parkin, talks about the limitations in Australian laws to protect Indigenous art from exploitation.
Wild Black Women this week talk Origin, catch up with wild women in WA, and white girl correspondent Imojen (with a J) reports on her special mission, pub choirs.