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Tony Fitzgerald

 Let's Talk

19 November 2008

Tiga Bayles spoke with Anti-Discrimination Commissioner in the Northern Territory (NT), Tony Fitzgerald. They speak about the Indigenous issues in the Northern Territory and the Northern Territory Intervention.

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Chris Graham

 Let's Talk

18 November 2008

Tiga Bayles spoke with The National Indigenous Times editor, Chris Graham.

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Eileen Cummings

 Let's Talk

17 November 2008

Karen Dorante spoke with Eileen Cummings from the Bulman and Ngkurr Communities in the NT and a former Policy Advisor to the Chief Minister of the Northern Territory on Aboriginal and Women's Affairs.

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Merilyn Haines & Dr. Andrew Harms

 Let's Talk

14 November 2008

Tiga Bayles spoke with representatives from Queenslanders For Safe Water (Air & Food) Inc. Merilyn Haines, spokesperson for QAWF (Queenslanders Against Water
Fluoridation) and Dentist Dr. Andrew Harms from Adelaide. They talk about their concernes about the effects of fluoridated water will have on Indigenous people.

Dentist Dr Andrew Harms from Adelaide will also be on 08 8357 1651.

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Les Malezer

 Let's Talk

13 November 2008

Tiga Bayles spoke with Foundation for Aboriginal and Islander Research Action (FAIRA) Chair, Les Malezer. They spoke about the 60th anniversary global UN Declaration on Human Rights.

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Jason Mifsud, Jason McCartney & Nathan Bower

 Let's Talk

12 November 2008

Tiga Bayles spoke with Manager of the National Indigenous Program AFL, Jason Mifsud, former AFL player and Jason McCartney and former AFL player Nathan Bower.

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Maggie Brady

 Let's Talk

11 November 2008

Tiga Bayles spoke with Maggie Brady author of First Taste. First Taste is a ‘six pack' of booklets, designed for students, health workers, addiction workers, teachers, and any person wanting to learn more about the history of what happened when Indigenous Australians encountered alcoholic drinks. The books have lots of great illustrations, both historical and contemporary, including Aboriginal art. They are written in plain English but based on solid research.

The books are based on the idea that in all societies, drinking behaviour is something learned from other people and from the social environment. In the case of Indigenous Australians, too much stress has been placed on the idea of a ‘biological' vulnerability which has had a disempowering effect.

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Runoko Rashidi and Professor Gracelyn Smallwood

 Let's Talk

10 November 2008

Tiga Bayles spoke with US-born African historian Runoko Rashidi and Associate Professor Gracelyn Smallwood.

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Samoan Community Elders

 Let's Talk

07 November 2008

Tiga Bayles spoke with Ipswich based Samoan Elders about the tensions arising between the Pacific Islander and Aboriginal people, following the death of an Aboriginal man Richard Saunders in Logan.

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Gina Archer, Albert Holt, Selina Hill and Caroline Wacondo

 Let's Talk

06 November 2008

Tiga Bayles spoke with Queensland Indigenous Education Consultative Committee (QIECC) chair, Gina Archer, Brisbane and Ipswich elder Albert Holt, Selina Hill from the Burnett Mary Regional Group for Natural Resource Management and Caroline Wacondo from the Townsville Catholic Education Commission.

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