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Wild Black Women – Deadly Funny Special Part 1

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08 March 2019

WBW’s Deadly Funny special Part 1 with Kevin Kropinyeri and Maggie Walsh the winner of the Brisbane heat.

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Let’s Talk – Aunty Karen Coghill

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07 March 2019

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with a guest for an update on Deebing Creek Mission from Aunty Karen Coghill, on Wednesday morning About 60 tactical response police arrived on the site of the old mission to remove the Traditional owners and supporters who have been camping on the mission site since late January.

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Let’s Talk – Brendon Adams

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06 March 2019

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe Speaks with Brendon Adams Murri/Bumma from far North Qld who now lives in NSW in the Small Community of Wilcannia, Brendon works at Walcannia radio station but has recently got involved in campaign to return the Barka also known as the Murry – Darling Basen to what it use to be.

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Let’s Talk – Dr Anne Poelina

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05 March 2019

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Dr Anne Poelina Nyikina Traditional Custodian from the Mardoowarra, Lower Fitzroy River in the West Kimberley  region of Western Australia, I also speak with film Producers Stephanie King, we yarn about Undermined Tales of the Kimberley a film about the fight to protect for country in what is now known as the  ” the future economic powerhouse of Australia”.

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Let’s Talk – Lorena Allam

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04 March 2019

Karen Dorante speaks to The Guardian Australia’s Indigenous Affairs editor and journalist, Lorena Allam about their special investigation into Australia’s state-sanctioned massacres of Aboriginal people from 1788 to 1928.  Their initial research has uncovered 270 documented massacres but there are more likely to be  uncovered.  The research was prompted by calls for a process of truth-telling in Australia to understand the dispossession and trauma inflicted on First Nations peoples since colonisation.

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Let’s Talk – Aunty Sandra Delaney

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28 February 2019

Karen Dorante speaks to Aunty Sandra Delaney and Kado Muir who are in the process of awakening their languages on country.

Image by AIATSIS – Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies map of Indigenous Australia

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Let’s Talk – Alistair Ferguson

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27 February 2019

Bourke in far northwest of NSW was once described by the Sydney Morning Herald in 2013 as the most dangerous place in the world because of high crime rates. Around the same time a community-led justice project started up to address the over-representation of Indigenous people in the legal system by targeting the underlying factors leading to offending behaviour.  The project, Maranguka reversed crime rates and according to a KPMG study saved governments millions of dollars.We speak to the chief executive officer, Alistair Ferguson.

Image by Meepoohfotos at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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Let’s Talk – Highlights from the Academy Awards.

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26 February 2019

Today on Let’s Talk a post-Oscar wrap as Karen Dorante yarns with the Wild Black Women Angelina Hurley and Chelsea Bond talking about the faux pas and highlights from the academy awards.

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Let’s Talk – Cameron Costello

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25 February 2019

Cameron Costello from the Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation (QYAC) talks about the future prospects for traditional owners of Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island) as they work with locals, business and UQ to create a new economies and employment opportunities as sandmining winds up on the island.  An agreement was signed last week between QYAC, the State Government and Sibelco to rehabilitate the mines on the island.

Image:  (L to R)  Cameron Costello, CEO of QYAC, Deputy Premier Jackie Trad and Sibelco chief executive Tom Cutbush at the agreement signing.

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Wild Black Women – Bryan & Tanya

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22 February 2019

WBW yarn Blak movies with Bryan & Tanya.

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