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Wild Black Women – Tony Abbott

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07 September 2018

Wild Black Women yarn silly stories, news & Tony Abbott special envoy.

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Let’s Talk – Kaava Watson and Jacob McQuire

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06 September 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe was joined by Kaava Watson and NIRS Journalist Jacob McQuire, We spoke about the Original 100 playlist 989fm launch at the start of the year, We also spoke about Channel 7 Sunrise segment early this year on the Stolen Generation breaching the ACMA code and Nike’s new ad endorsing Colin Kaepernick that has sparked outrage among white American’s.

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Let’s Talk – Indi Clarke

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05 September 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Indi Clarke who is a proud Mutti Mutti & Lardil man with ties to Yorta Yorta, Wemba Wemba and Boon Wurrung he is the  Executive Officer for the Koorie Youth Council in Victoria. We spoke about the Koorie Youth Councils new report that came out last week called NGAGA – DJI (Hear Me) captures the voices and experiences of Aboriginal children in Victoria’s youth justice system. This is the first time that these children will have their voices heard, giving Victoria the chance to understand how policy choices affect their lives and the future of our communities.

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Let’s Talk – Meg & Carly

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04 September 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe spoke with two First Nations sisters from the new group called “No Gatton Women’s Prison” Meg Rodaughan and Carly Baque, No Gatton Women’s Prison is a newly formed group. Based in Brisbane working towards stopping the Queensland Government from expanding the prison industry and allowing Serco to run its first women’s prison in the world.

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Let’s Talk – Ramesh Fernandez

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03 September 2018

Today Boe Spearim speaks to Ramesh Fernandez , CEO and co-founder of RISE – an Australian welfare and advocacy group for and by refugees and ex-detainees – about the record of Australia’s new prime minister, Scott Morrison, on refugees and asylum seekers.

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Let’s Talk – Yolande Brown

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30 August 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with co-choreographer Yolande Brown and senior dancer Jasmin Sheppard from Bangarra’s Dark Emu who are on a national tour. The show is based on the deadly book by Uncle Bruce Pascoe “Dark Emu Black Seeds”. Yolande and Jasmin spoke about how excited both was about turning this great book in to a show and touring it around the country, also mentioning the importance of what farmers today can learn from Aboriginal history and how to farm sustainably.

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Let’s Talk – Lorena Allam

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29 August 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Lorena Allam Indigenous affairs Editor from The Guardian Australia, we spoke about the Deaths Inside Database herself and others from The Guardian worked on over a number of months. The Database details how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have died as a result of interactions with Police officers and Prison Guards over the last 10 years.

On the second half of Let’s Talk Boe is joined live in the studio by Karen and Kaava regular host of Let’s Talk we yarn about Kaava resent trip to Canberra and being at Parliament while the Libs Spill was well under way.

 

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Let’s Talk – Chris Graham Gaza Trip

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28 August 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Chris Graham Editor of New Matilda, about Chris’s recent trip as a passenger on the  Freedom Flotilla Coalition heading for the Gaza, while in International waters the Israeli military stopped and boarded the Freedom Flotilla Coalition arresting all passengers.

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Wild Black Women – Trevor Noah

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24 August 2018

Today WBW Angelina Hurley and Chelsea Bond sit with Trevor Noah before his first show in Australia.

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Let’s Talk – Healing Foundation CEO Richard Weston

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23 August 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Richard Weston CEO of the Healing Foundation, We speak about A new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare that the Healing Foundation commissioned to highlight the need to change policies and services regarding the impact of intergenerational Trauma on the Stolen Generations in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia.

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