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Let’s Talk – Emily Nicol

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10 December 2018

On Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Emily Nicol who has Birri Gubba and Murray island heritage who is a Producer/Presenter on Radio, Curator, DJ, Journalist. At the beginning of the month myself and 9 other lucky aspiring Aboriginal podcasters had spent a week in Sydney at the Spotify headquarters and Koori Radio learning about podcasting and meeting other Aboriginal Podcasters from Allan Clarke, The Bro-originals, Lorena Allam. And our facilitator was Emily Nicol who produces a great playlist on Spotify called Black Australia.

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Wild Black Women – brother Royston Sagigi-Baira and sista Samantha Wild

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07 December 2018

WBW end of year show live from Meanjin Markets with special guests  brother Royston Sagigi-Baira and sista Samantha Wild.

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Let’s Talk – Uncle Charles Jia

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06 December 2018

On Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Uncle Charles Jia from South Est Queensland Indigenous Chamber of Commerce. Uncle Charles has been involved in Indigenous business for over two decades he is the co-founder of CJ’s Pizza on Stradbroke Island, he is also involved in Meeanjin Markets which is happening from the 7-8th of December.

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Let’s Talk – Dr Jason De Santolo

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05 December 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Dr Jason De Santolo (Garrwa and Barunggam) who is a Senior Researcher at Jumbunna Inst for Indigenous Education & Research Core Member of SIC – Strengthening Indigenous Communities. We spoke about water contamination in his home community of Borroloola and the fight against mining interest.

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Let’s Talk – Dhapanbal Yunupingu

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04 December 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Dhapanbal Yunupingu who is one of six daughters of the famous lead singer of Yothu Yindi, Dr Yunupingu. We played two of her songs Mari Wurrapa and Gurtha, after seeing an old interview of her father on TV she was inspired to write a song called Treaty Crying. Dhapanbal has been making waves with two NT Music Song of the Year awards over the past two years.

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Wild Black Women – Men Behaving Badly 2018.

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30 November 2018

Men Behaving Badly 2018.

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Let’s Talk – Paddy Gibson

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28 November 2018

Boe Spearim speaks to Paddy Gibson, a  Senior Researcher at the Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research about new changes to New South Wales adoption laws which has sparked fears amongst Aboriginal families across the state of a new Stolen Generation.  The new laws would see children being adopted without the consent of the parents.

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Let’s Talk – Belinda Lowe

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27 November 2018

Boe Spearim speaks to Indigenous rights campaigner Belinda Lowe from Amnesty International who has been lobbying Australian lawmakers to raise the age of criminal responsibility currently set at 10 years of age.  Now raising the age is on the agenda after State and Territory Attorneys-General agreed to a review on the matter.

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Let’s Talk – Lisa Rapley

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26 November 2018

Boe Spearim speaks to Gumbayngirr woman, Lisa Rapley, a Canberra-based social entrepreneur who is passionate about systems thinking, democratising business models and empowering youth. Rapley is attending Oxfam’s Straight Talk 2018 National Summit in Canberra which bring together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women from all over the country to develop skills, build networks and increase access to politicians to address issues in their communities.

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Let’s Talk – Alwyn Doolan

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22 November 2018

On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with the Message Stick Walker Alwyn Doolan who is walking to Canberra to meet and talk with politicians about the many issues with face as Aboriginal people, Alwyn started his walk 6 months ago in far North Qld Bamaga now he is in Brisbane to yarn with elders and traditional owners.

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