In this episode of Let’s Talk Boe Spearim speaks with Indigenous Rights Manager from Amnesty International Tammy Solonec and Che Link who is a volunteer with Amnesty International, we talk about the Queensland Government passing the Youth Justice Amendment Bill.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe breaks up the show in two parts the first half of the show Boe play a pre-recorded interview he did with Alethea Beetson last week, Alethea is BIGSOUND First Nations Producer, we talk about who can we expect at this year’s BigSound, the second half of the show Boe speaks with three deadly Frist Nations artist from Canada I talk with Chelsey and Jaaji from Twin Flames who performed live in the Studio for us also we chat with Renee Lamoureux.
This week the Wild Black Women talk a trip down memory lane with Paul Richards on the power of protest & resistance under the Joh regime in Qld. #BjekleBlues
In this episode of Let’s Talk Boe caught up with Sarah Ortegon a First Nations woman from America who for the second time attended the Frontier Days Festival in Far North Queensland as a traditional dancer and to share her culture with the local community, I also speak with the festival organiser Alec Dumaji.
In this episode of Let’s Talk Boe is joined in the studio with one of the co-hosts of Wild Black Women Angelina Hurley, Author of Bjelke Blues Edwina Shaw and Lawyer Paul Richards, We talk about what it was like to live under Repression of Joh Bjelke-Petersen.
On this episode of Let’s Talk Boe yarns with the Angela Young General Manager and Tiana Lea Events Coordinator both from Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council, We talk about the upcoming statewide Youth Health Summit run by QAIHC.
In this episode of Let’s Talk Boe Spearim is joined by Ronny Kareni, a West Papuan musician and activist to discuss West Papua’s freedom movement in light of recent protests and the Indonesian government’s ban on internet access for the province.
Angelina Hurley and Chelsea Bond yarn with sistas Toni Janke and Karen Dorante about relationship red flags plus an exclusive preview of Toni’s new song from her upcoming album.
On the first half of Let’s Talk this morning Boe chats with Stan Grant about his involvement with The Australian Dream film that showcases the last few playing year of Adam Goodes and the racism he had to deal with, also in the first half of the show Boe catches up with Station manager Dan Rennie I get his thoughts on the film.
The last 10 minutes of the program Boe speaks with Sissy Austin proud Koori woman from Victoria, we talk about the birthing tree on her Djab Wurrung country and the fight to protect them at the moment the Victorian police have issued an eviction notice to the protectors of the trees.
Let’s Talk Host Boe chats with Uncle Adrian Burragubba Wangan and Jagalingou man and spokesperson for the Wangan and Jagalingou Traditional Owners Council. From Uncle Adrian’s story, we gain insight into the trials and tribulations of standing for ones land, such as his experience with legal battles with Adani as well as the emotional impact on himself and his family.