This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Dwayne Coulthard First Nations Man from South Australia and a community organiser with Original Power & co-chair of ANFA (Australian Nuclear Free Alliance), The two organisations Dwayne works with fight to protect his country around the Flinders Ranges area from a nuclear dump site to underground coal gasification.
Angelina Hurley and Chelsea Bond have a yarn with CJay from CJay’s Vines and a sista administering a popular Facebook page about the pitfalls of social media and the digital word.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Gomeroi and 2018 First Nations Media & Human Rights Award-winning journalist Madeline Hayman-Reber, We yarn about how Madeline got started in media and her journey to becoming a respected Journalist, we also talk about the importance of Aboriginal Media and the role it plays in this country.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Meriki Onus, Recently Meriki visited Geneva addressing the UN Human Rights Commission regarding the high number of Aboriginal children being taken away from family and communty, the abuse of Aboriginal women and the unjust incarceration of Aboriginal people.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with Dre Ngatokorua a Media Broadcaster from Umeewarra Aboriginal Media Association an Aboriginal Radio Station in Port Augusta.
Let’s Talk this morning is a special recording at the Queensland premiere of The Australian Dream about AFL legend, Adam Goodes. The film showcases the last few years of Adam’s career and his emotional journey he undertook when he decided to leave the game he loved so much. Boe Spearim speaks to gathered guests about the film.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe yarns with Larrakia man and Hip-Hop artist Jimblah about First Sounds a First Nations music collective that brings together many First Nations Artist from around the country.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with Troy Casey and Amanda Hayman from Open House Collective, A retail, gallery, studio & event space.
With Local makers & designers, slow fashion, vintage clothing, aboriginal art & products.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with Aunty Dawn Daylight, Dewi Wilson and Callan Murray about Lost Daylight, a film that tells the story of Aunty Dawn and her sisters who from a young age works as domestic slave for one of Brisbane’s oldest and most prestigious Private all girls schools.
Wild Black Women – Listen in to find out what made them wild this week, & what their new segments Admin Jenny, Sorry Not Sorry and D**k of the Week are all about.