On Let’s Talk today Boe spoke with some of the people attending Sisters Inside 9th International Conference Imagining Abolition… A World Without Prisons. Boe talked with some of the mob from Melbourne a group of 30 Aboriginal and African people who first-hand experience police profiling and racial discrimination.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Alwyn Doolan the Message Stick Walk. He is walking from Bamaga in far north Queensland to Canberra ACT.
Travelling south across the New South Wales boarder to Victoria and across to Canberra. Alwyn aims to inspire the younger generations of raising awareness of reconciliation by engaging with as many communities heading towards Canberra. Alwyn will eventually be seeking audience with the Prime Minister and the Australian Governments cabinet to submit a notice upon Treaty Re-Negotiations with First Nations People.
Blues with a Feeling
Join Shaun as he takes a look at the role sense of self and identity has played in the Blues, with tracks from Shemekia Copeland, Duke Robillard, Buddy Guy, Sue Foley, Lloyd Spiegel and Kara Grainger and plenty more
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with a few people from NSW first up is Aunty Hazel Collins a Gamilaraay women who is a part of the Grandmothers Against Removal in New South Wales, the second part of the show Boe speaks with Paddy Gibson Senior Researcher, Jumbunna Inst for Indigenous Education & Research from the University of Technology Sydney. On the program we talk about the NSW Liberal Government looking at changing the Adoption laws in NSW some say it is going to create another wave of stolen Aboriginal Children just like the Stolen Generation.
We pause to acknowledge our fallen diggers. Including our aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and women that fought in all facets of war, including frontier wars.
WBW yarn cultural appropriation, crazy news and celebrate their debut on NITV.
So happy to have the one and only Bek Thornton having a great chat with Jamie and Clay.
On this episode of Three Chords & The Truth Jen and Paddy explore the topic of the Moon through music. They also chat with Australian singer/songwriter Danny Widdicombe about chasing solar eclipses and his love of all things lunar.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Uncle Rodney Dillon Indigenous Rights Campaigner from Amnesty International Uncle Rodney has been campaign to raise the age of criminal responsibility for you people Australia is one of a few country that continue to lock up children at the age of 10. We talked about the recent event that have seen parts of Don Dale Youth Detention Centre on fire in recent days, over the last few years Don Dale Youth Detention Centre has been in the media for the ill treatment of Youth people.
On Deadly Choices Radio this week, the Deadly Choices events team Kenny Hill and Jessie Domic and league legend Preston Campbell
talk up mental health for men, school camps, touch football and a new clinic opening.