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Wild Black Women – News, the Flag and Football

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21 June 2019

Today sistas Lisa Whop & Chelsea joined in from Darwin for a deadly yarn with Angelina & Karen Dorante.

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Let’s Talk – Adam Evens

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20 June 2019

This Morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Adam Evens from National Indigenous Radio Service (NIRS) we happen to share the same building, Adam telling us about some of the big stories in Aboriginal media at the moment like a non – Indigenous organisation having the worldwide rights to the Aboriginal flag, Latrell Mitchell being dropped for the NSW state of origin team.

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Let’s Talk – Sam Lee

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19 June 2019

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Redfern Legal Centre Solicitor Sam Lee, We talk about the strip search laws in NSW and around the country On June the 4th Redfern Legal Centre and representatives from over 50 legal organisation, including prominent members of the legal profession have signed an open letter to NSW Police Minister outlining the harmful Impacts of strip searches.

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Let’s Talk – Yolonda Adams & Nicole Bowser

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18 June 2019

This morning on Let’s Talk Boe was joined live in the studio by Yolonda Adams Director of health Services at the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service in Brisbane and Nicole Bowser who is the Health Programs Manager from South West Aboriginal Medical Service in Bunbury western Australia which was established 20 years ago. Nicole is over here visiting the ATSICHS in Brisbane SWAMS is looking at expanding their regional network across Noongar country.

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Let’s Talk – Ronny Kareni

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17 June 2019

This morning on Let’s Talk boe speaks with Ronny Kareni the Pacific representative for the United Liberation for West Papua (ULMWP), Ronny shared with us the struggle and history of West Papuan people and their fight for freedom. Since 1963 after a year of transitional rule the United Nations powers was transferred to the republic of Indonesia. In the 1969 referendum now known as the “Act Of Free Choice” it was noted by the United Nations General assembly that the result of the “Act of Free Choice” was not democratically represented of the people of West Papua.

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Wild Black Women – Self-Care Show

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14 June 2019

Today Wild Black Women Angelina Hurley and Chelsea Bond tackle the tricky issue of critique vs lateral violence and share some tips from deadly Black sistas on self-care.

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Let’s Talk – Maysoon Elnigoumi & Osama Yousif

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12 June 2019

This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Maysoon Elnigoumi and Osama Yousif both are Sudanese Activist from the Sudanese Revolution Solidarity Group in Sydney. Both Maysoon and Osama update us on the revolution happening in Sudan which is located in Northeast Africa, since December 2018 Sudanese political groups and community members have joined together to fight for a Civilian administration standing in the way of a Civilian administration is the Transitional Military Council who was giving the power after the former long-time President Omar al-Bashir was ousted in April.

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Let’s Talk – Sianna Catullo & Sarah Sheridan

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11 June 2019

This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Sianna Catullo Nurungga Woman and Chief Creative Officer and Sarah Sheridan Director of Operations from Spark Health and Clothing TheGap. Both Sianna and Sarah have been in the media over the last few days after being sent a cease and desist letter by Queensland-based WAM Clothing over its use of the Aboriginal flag in its clothing designs. To get behind the cause sign the petition.

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Let’s Talk – Jason De Santolo & Gadrian Hoosan

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10 June 2019

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Jason De Santolo based in Sydney and Gadrian Hoosan who are both from the community of Borroloola in the NT, Tonight the 10th of June is the opening night of a film that both men have been involved in Jason being the director called WARBURDAR BUNUNU: WATER SHIELD which is about heavy metal pollution, which has made the community’s water unfit to drink, fish or swim in.

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Wild Black Women – Talk Footy

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07 June 2019

Wild Black Women take on NSW supporter NITV’s Danny Teece Johnson.
Hey look out, Black State of Origin Battles.

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