On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Uncle Col and Heather Burke form Flinders University. We talked about the Native Mounted Police research, Heather is undertaking in QLD with the guidance of Uncle Col and other First Nations people.
Today we were joined by migaloo correspondent Imojen with J to yarn news, the Bachelor and Goat Yoga.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Ramone Close, Jade North and Kirrily Phillips. Ramone Close is the founder of the Australian Indigenous Football Championship that is being held in Logan city next month from the 8th to the 10th of November, Jade North captained Brisbane Roar and played a key part in the 14/15 premiership and championship double. This is Kirrily Phillips is the Manager and Founder of Jinda Magic and play for AC Carina. All the guest spoke about the excitement of the upcoming Australian Indigenous Football Championship and the need for more Aboriginal involvement in the sport.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Kira Knight young Yorta Yorta person who host and started a Facebook page called “Beautiful Talented and Deadly Plus Memes & Politics” that has a following of 6 thousand people, Kira talked about wanting to create a safe space for LGBTIQ Aboriginal people online.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Phil Mairu Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Organiser at the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) and he is also Queensland and NT organiser for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Unit. On the program this morning we talked about racism in the education sector and the sad reality of preparing our children for a life with racism.
Larissa Baldwin joins Boe Spearim to talk about her new role with Get Up and the campaigns she plans to push against mining.
From sports to politics the Wild Black Women get wild this week and are joined in the studio with frontline warrior from FISTT sister Gwenda Stanley.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Luke Pearson Founder and CEO of Indigenous X a Twitter profile with over 41 thousand followers and 400 host.
At Indigenous X they actively challenge stereotypes of the Indigenous community.
IndigenousX are utilising the opportunities of the emerging digital ecosystem, the hosts become publishers, distributors and creators of news and information.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Alethea Beetson manager and founder of Digi Youth Arts I also speak with Emily Wells and Shontae Wright from DYA, both Emily and Shontae tell us how they got involved with Digi Youth Arts.
Also mentioned is the sign up day on the 13th of October for Digi Youth Arts if you know any mob aged from 8-25 head to Digi Youth Arts to find out more about the sign up day.
Wild Black Women emcee The UQ NAIDOC Music Culture Art Festival.
The event was held at UQ St Lucia Campus in Brisbane on the 2nd of August 2018.
This year’s theme; “Because of her, we can” was celebrated with talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers, artists and dancers. Head line act Baker boy from the Yolungu tribe continues to gain many fans.