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Let’s Talk – Sisters Inside International Conference Pt2

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21 November 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe plays Part two of Challenging the racist carceral system, A panel discussion Boe recorded while attending the 9th Sisters Inside International Conference called Imagining Abolition A World Without Prisons. Chairing the panel is Neta-Rie Mabo Youth Worker from Sisters Inside joining Neta-Rie is Latoya Hohepa, Julia Whaipooti, Professor Tracey McIntosh, Vickie Roach Amy McQuire.

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Let’s Talk – Sisters Inside International Conference

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20 November 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe plays Part one of the Challenging the racist carceral system, A panel discussion Boe recorded while attending the 9th Sisters Inside International Conference called Imagining Abolition A World Without Prisons. Chairing the panel is Neta-Rie Mabo Youth Worker from Sisters Inside joining Neta-Rie is Latoya Hohepa, Julia Whaipooti, Professor Tracey McIntosh, Vickie Roach Amy McQuire.

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Let’s Talk – Sisters Inside International Conference

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19 November 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe plays some audio that he recorded while attending the 9th Sisters Inside International Conference called Imagining Abolition A World Without Prisons. The panel is titled ‘Why abolition For First Nations Women? Chairing the panel is Goori Author Melissa Lucashenko joining her is Aunty June Oscar, Aunty Dr Jackie Huggins, Aunty Pat Turner, Dr Chelsea Watego and Jacqui Katona also joining them and doing a welcome to country is Aunty Debbie Sandy.

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Wild Black Woman – Meriki Onus

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16 November 2018

Because Of Her We Can. WBW yarn black women’s revolutions with special guest Meriki Onus.

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Let’s Talk – Melissa Lucashenko & Latoya Hohepa

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15 November 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Melissa Lucashenko a Goori author from NSW who grew up in Brisbane Melissa is a long term member of Sisters Inside and has attended all 9 Conferences she Chair a panel titled Why Abolition for First Nations Women? Also on the show Boe spoke with Latoya Hohepa one of the many deadly speakers at the Sisters Inside Conference.

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Let’s Talk – Sisters Inside 9th International Conference Imagining Abolition

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14 November 2018

On Let’s Talk today Boe spoke with some of the people attending Sisters Inside 9th International Conference Imagining Abolition… A World Without Prisons. Boe talked with some of the mob from Melbourne a group of 30 Aboriginal and African people who first-hand experience police profiling and racial discrimination.

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Let’s Talk – Alwyn Doolan

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13 November 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Alwyn Doolan the Message Stick Walk. He is walking from Bamaga in far north Queensland to Canberra ACT.

Travelling south across the New South Wales boarder to Victoria and across to Canberra. Alwyn aims to inspire the younger generations of raising awareness of reconciliation by engaging with as many communities heading towards Canberra. Alwyn will eventually be seeking audience with the Prime Minister and the Australian Governments cabinet to submit a notice upon Treaty Re-Negotiations with First Nations People.

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Let’s Talk – Aunty Hazel & Paddy Gibson

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12 November 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with a few people from NSW first up is Aunty Hazel Collins a Gamilaraay women who is a part of the Grandmothers Against Removal in New South Wales, the second part of the show Boe speaks with Paddy Gibson Senior Researcher, Jumbunna Inst for Indigenous Education & Research from the University of Technology Sydney. On the program we talk about the NSW Liberal Government looking at changing the Adoption laws in NSW some say it is going to create another wave of stolen Aboriginal Children just like the Stolen Generation.

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Let’s Talk – Uncle Rodney Dillon

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08 November 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Uncle Rodney Dillon Indigenous Rights Campaigner from Amnesty International Uncle Rodney has been campaign to raise the age of criminal responsibility for you people Australia is one of a few country that continue to lock up children at the age of 10. We talked about the recent event that have seen parts of Don Dale Youth Detention Centre on fire in recent days, over the last few years Don Dale Youth Detention Centre has been in the media for the ill treatment of Youth people.

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Let’s Talk – Allan Mogerema

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07 November 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with youth leader and activist from PNG, Allan Mogerema about the documentary “The Opposition No One Is Above The Law”  He has been seeking justice for his community for the illegal eviction and demolition of his community in downtown Port Moresby by two Australian companies.

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