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Let’s Talk – Broriginals

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05 March 2020

In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Texas De Vries who is one of the hosts of Broriginals a comedy podcast hosted by two brothers Texas and Travis De Vries. We talk about how Texas and his brother came up with Broriginals, Did they ever think they would be doing live recordings of there shows around the country and how they come up with the content for the show.

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Let’s Talk – Clive Freeman

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04 March 2020

In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Clive Freeman who is a South East Coast Tradition Owner who’s working with Indigenous Crisis Response & Recovery (ICRR). Clive gives us an update on the New South Wales Bushfires and discusses the aftermath and knock-on effect it’s having in Community.

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Let’s Talk – Jyi Lawton

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03 March 2020

In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with BIMA’s new CEO Jyi Lawton, a proud descendant of the Bidjara people in Central Queensland and Mackenzie clan from the northwest highlands of Scotland.

Jyi has undertaken tertiary study across a range of areas in Architectural Design, Law and Justice and Business. He holds a Bachelor of Criminology through the Queensland University of Technology and a graduate of the Murra Indigenous Masterclass through Melbourne Business School. Jyi is an entrepreneur as the previous founder and Managing Director of Yimbana Management Consulting, an award-winning artist and has held operational and senior leadership positions across State and Federal Government in youth justice, business and economic development.

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Let’s Talk – Hidden Costs: An Independent Study into Income Management in Australia

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02 March 2020

In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Dr. Shelley Bielefeld from the Griffith University Law School, in February of this year Dr. Boelefeld released a report titled “Hidden Costs: An Independent Study into Income Management in Australia”.

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Let’s Talk – Uncle Bunna Lawrie and the Fight that saved the Bight

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28 February 2020

In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim yarns with Mirning whaledreamer and songman Uncle Bunna Lawrie also a founding member, lead singer, and songwriter of the Australian Aboriginal band COLOURED STONE. We chat about the recent victory in South Australia against Norwegian State-owned oil company Equinor. Equinor is the third oil company to abandon exploration in the Bight, following BP and Chevron.

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Wild Black Women

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28 February 2020

From Boorloo to Meeanjin The Wild Black Women catch up on the week that was.

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Let’s Talk – First Nations Media

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26 February 2020

In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim talks to Adam Evans from the National Indigenous Radio Service (NIRS) and from the Kooma Nation, we yarn about the latest stories circulating in First Nation media.

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Let’s Talk – Sit-In at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney

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25 February 2020

In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim yarns with two First Nations Woman Elizabeth Ann Jarrett & Lorna Munro who was a part of organising the sit-in at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney. This year marks 250 years since the arrival of the Endeavor and Captain Cook to the East Coast of Australia.

For more information and images from the day click in the link below;

http://www.johnjansonmoore.com/journal/2020/2/24/stop-the-boat-dont-be-a-cooksucker-rally?fbclid=IwAR1h7kXeqeb1nClDgrqf77hO-Cw4EYfczZlyfmDe8tfYQRmp-6RbiwwalJo

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Wild Black Women

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21 February 2020

Wild Black Women yarn news, & all things black in Qld & WA with brothers Dougie Smith & Tjangu Thomas.

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Let’s Talk – Wet’suwet’en Strong

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20 February 2020

In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Freda Huson from the Wet’suwet’en Nation located in British Columbia on the West Coast of Canada. For more than ten years Freda and other from the Wet’ suwet’ en Nation have set up a blockade called Unist’ot’en camp where they have been defending their lands from the destructive mining industry. Through the actions of protecting land they have inspired and encouraged many native and non -native communities around Canada to show solidarity by blockading roads and train lines.

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