All the way from self-imposed isolation this week Wild Black Women yarn everything Coronavirus. News, health tips mob should know, social distancing & crazy shoppers.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe & Karina speak with two guests this morning. The first guest is a descended from the Garrwa and Yanyuwa peoples Senator for the Northern Territory Malarndirri McCarthy we talk about Labor’s call to scrap welfare obligations during the coronavirus pandemic.
Today on Let’s Talk Boe & Karina Hogan speak with Natalie Cromb who is a Gamilaraay woman, mother, legal professional and writer with IndigenousX we speak with Natalie about one of her latest articles in IndigenousX titled “COVID-19 and caring for mob”.
Link to Natalie Cromb article https://indigenousx.com.au/covid-19-and-caring-for-mob/
On this episode of Let’s Talk Boe and Karina speak with Travis De Vries, a Gamilaroi conceptual artist, performer, writer, composer and with a background in visual arts and Indigenous culture and a podcaster. Travis makes up one half of Broriginals a comedy podcast hosted by two brothers Texas and Travis De Vries. We talk about Broriginals upcoming show in Brisbane on Friday at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC).
Wild Back Women live show from the Perth Festival.
Joining them both in today’s program was Aunty Professor Pat Dudgeon and Aunty Gningala Yaran-Mark.
This week on Let’s Talk Boe is co-hosting the show with Karina Hogan. They both speak to Lorena Allam from the Gamilaraay nation and who is the Guardian’s Indigenous affairs editor. We talk about some of the amazing stories and article she has written over the last few years from teaming up with others from The Guardian to create the Deaths Inside database that tracks every known Indigenous death in custody in Australia from 2008 to 2019 winning a Walkley in 2018, Lorena and her Guardian team also worked with the University of Newcastle for the Colonial Frontier Massacres Project and in 2019 they picked up a Kennedy Award.
This week on Let’s Talk Boe is co-hosting the show with Karina Hogan. We speak with Melissa Lucashenko Goorie author from the Bundjalung nation in Northern NSW, we talk about Melissa deadly book Too Much Lip which picked up the Miles Franklin Award, we also got an inside into what Melissa is working on now a book about an Aboriginal man who was convicted of a crime he did not commit and was hung the book is set in colonial times.
This week on Let’s Talk Boe is co-hosting the show with Karina Hogan who has over ten years of experience in media with the ABC. On the show this morning we get to know more about Karina where she is from and who is her mob, what is it about media that draw her to it. We find out that Karina is a board member for Sisters Inside.
This week on Let’s Talk, Boe is co-hosting the show with Karina Hogan who has over ten years of experience in media. We both spoke with Antonia Burke who is a First Nations Healer from the NT, Antonia has worked with our mob who have experienced many forms of trauma from historical due to colonisation to sexual to physical and losing love ones.
Wild Back Women chat with their favorite comedian brotha Aamer Rahman all things that made them wild, comedy, brothers who let us down, racism & black solidarity.