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Sam Watson

 Let's Talk

21 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Sam Watson who is an Indigenous leader. In this interview they talk about the Northern Territory Intervention, Global warming, climate changes, Green Party, upcoming elections, the different parties in Government, culture, candidates, employment, health and education, housing and missions and much more.

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Robin Chappel and Wilfred Hicks

 Let's Talk

20 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Greens candidate for the Kimberley area Robin Chappel and Burrup TO Wilfred Hicks. They talk about Indigenous Heritage, land rights, sand drawings, rock art, carved faces in rock faces, Ice Age, Indigenous history, World Heritage, Evolution of Humanity, 10,000 ancient rock rock art have been destroyed by industry working on that location, 5,000 carvings have been lost because of bulldozers
sacred sites, Native title funding, tourism, Burrup, massacres and more.

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Jeff McMullen

 Let's Talk

19 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Jeff McMullen who is the presenter of Difference of Opinion. . In this interview they talk about Human Rights, New Castle University for Indigenous kids, Doctors, Aboriginal children, health and education, Northern Territory Intervention, Close the Gap, Difference of Opinion, traditional owners, dieting, young mothers while pregnant, Native Title Act and other Indigenous issues.

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Kim Scott

 Let's Talk

16 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Noongar writer Kim Scott. They talk about
racism, university, his time teaching and writing, Indigenous language, Noongar Heritage, education system, his interest in the return of archival material to communities, teaching the history of Indigenous Australia, family history, Northern Territory Intervention and more.

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Larissa Behrendt

 Let's Talk

15 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Larissa Behrendt who is a Professor of Law and Director of Research at the Jumbunna Indigenous House of learning at the University of Technology in Sydney. They talk about child sexual abuse, Northern Territory Intervention, Toilet on a sacred site as part of the N.T invasion, legal issues, ALP, the upcoming elections, CDEP, under funding , health, housing, education, welfare payments
Indigenous life expectancy, ATSIC, Native Title Act, Australian Collaboration, Language, Indigenous money, Little Children are Sacred report, mining, Murdi Paaki and more.

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Michael Mansell

 Let's Talk

14 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews indigenous activist and the Secretary of the Aboriginal Provisional Government and an Aboriginal Spokes Person Michael Mansell. In this interview they talk about National Aboriginal Representative Bodies, Aboriginal Provisional Government is disgusted, North Folk Island, Torres Strait Islanders, 1991 Constitution, indigenous activists, assimilation program, prisoners, Northern Territory Intervention, Anti Discrimination Laws, Propaganda, racism discrimination act, Representative democracy, tax, exporting and importing, minerals, Government mining on Aboriginal land and selling its minerals for millions, International relations, foreign aid, infrastructure and much more.

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Dennis Eggington

 Let's Talk

13 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Dennis Eggington who is the CEO of Aboriginal Legal Service in Western Australia. In this interview they talk about W.A Prisons, John Curtain medal from Curtain University, Fitzroy Crossing introducing alcohol bans, the deaths of people who die from alcohol, health, racism, no rehabilitation center in Fitzroy Crossing, Stolen Wages, child abuse, international speakers looking on racism on a global context, united nations declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples, life expectancy of Indigenous people, the upcoming elections, national education system, immigrants, people who are held in custody, Department of Indigenous Affairs and much more.

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Gary Highland

 Let's Talk

12 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews the National Director of ANTAR Gary Highland. They talk about policies and structures of the senate, the upcoming elections, how you cast your vote, the Northern Territory Intervention, CDEP, womens refuges, Child Protect ion Services, welfare, the Australian Electoral Commission, the differences between the major parties, Close the Gap, The changes to the Australian Constitution, The Stolen Generation, alcohol bans, The Democrats, The Green Party, Liberal and Labor, Indigenous housing, climate changes, education and more.

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Sue Coleman Hazeldine

 Let's Talk

09 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interview Sue Coleman Hazeldine who is from Ceduna in South Australia and won the South Australia Premiers Award for Excellence in Indigenous Leadership in the Natural Resource Management Sphere. They talk about why she won the South Australia Premiers Award for Excellence in Indigenous Leadership in the Natural Resource Management Sphere, cleaning rock holes, teaching children the traditional way of life in the bush, how to survive in the bush, mining, wildlife, culture, how to respect the land and more.

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Alf Bamblett

 Let's Talk

08 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Victorian Indigenous advocate Alf Bamblett. They talk about Alf's life, identity and culture, National Education Committee, his mother's life growing up on a mission, State Education Committee, Northern Territory Intervention, government sponsored bodies, declaration on the rights of Indigenous people, Victoria's 10 year launch on Wednesday about Family Violence, justice, discrimination, 50th Anniversary dinner for Aboriginal Advancement League and more.

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