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Politics, arts and culture from a range of Indigenous perspectives.

Politics, arts and culture from a range of Indigenous perspectives.

Location:

Brisbane, QLD

Description:

Politics, arts and culture from a range of Indigenous perspectives.

Language:

English

Contact:

Speaking Out ABC Local Radio GPO Box 9994 BRISBANE, QLD 4001 07 3377 5103


Episodes

Vale Susan Ryan

10/18/2020
Honouring the legacy of a pioneer in the Australian feminist movement, the late Susan Ryan.

Duration:00:09:04

Federal Budget 2020

10/18/2020
The hits and misses in the federal budget for Indigenous Australians.

Duration:00:53:49

Lidia Thorpe

10/18/2020
Victorian Greens Senator, Lidia Thorpe is a former grassroots activist and social justice advocate seeking to make her mark on federal politics.

Duration:00:14:57

Writing, Advocacy and Activism

10/4/2020
How does storytelling have the ability to change human behaviour and bring about social change?

Duration:00:53:49

Black Stories Matter

9/27/2020
A group of leading researchers, historians and journalists examine the historic role of mainstream media in the perpetuation of myths and stereotypes around Aboriginal aspirations and self-determination.

Duration:01:00:00

Queer Aboriginal Voices Matter

9/20/2020
Over the past two decades there has been a growing acceptance and inclusion offered towards members of the LGBTIQ+ community by the broader Australian public.

Duration:01:00:00

Australia's Shame: How the justice system is failing First Nations people

9/13/2020
A recent study found that three out of every four Australians hold an implicit negative bias against First Nations peoples, but do these results extend to the justice sector, and if so, what needs to be done to turn it around?

Duration:00:53:50

Institutional Change - The Noise We Should Be Making

9/6/2020
In light of the power struggles highlighted by the recent Black Lives Matter rallies, what more can be done to ensure our workplaces are truly inclusive and culturally safe?

Duration:00:53:49

First Nations Arts - Stereotyping, Tokenism and Funding

9/6/2020
New research reveals funding issues, stereotyping and tokenistic programming in the Indigenous arts sector.

Duration:00:13:01

Black Lives Matter - A Roadmap for Policing and Justice Reform in Australia Pt 2

8/30/2020
Justice advocates say that issues around mandatory sentencing, bail laws and remand procedures are in need of a drastic overhaul, if the disproportionate numbers of incarceration are to be addressed.

Duration:00:53:50

Black Lives Matter - A Roadmap for Policing and Justice Reform Pt1

8/23/2020
In this episode, our expert panel discusses issues around accountable policing and the challenges of implementing meaningful reform in the justice sector.

Duration:00:53:49

Talkin' Up To The White Woman

8/16/2020
Author and academic, Distinguished Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson speaks out about twenty years of 'Talkin’ Up To The White Woman', challenging the feminist hierarchy.

Duration:00:33:11

Close the Gap Reforms

8/16/2020
The Federal Government has signed off on a new Closing the Gap agreement, but with only two of the seven targets set in 2008 on track, what will be different this time around?

Duration:00:53:49

Black Lives Matter: Preventing Further Deaths in Custody

8/9/2020
In light of the recent Black Lives Matter rallies, a panel of justice advocates takes an in-depth look at the issues of police accountability and the idea of the rule of law in Australia.

Duration:00:53:49

Maintaining Momentum of the Black Lives Matter Movement

8/2/2020
The country's first Indigenous Silk argues the case for systemic reform to maintain momentum from the Black Lives Matter movement.

Duration:00:53:49

Surviving New England

8/2/2020
Callum Clayton-Dixon is an Ambeyen linguist and historian and author of the book; Surviving New England: A History of Aboriginal Resistance & Resilience through the First Forty Years of the Colonial Apocalypse

Duration:00:17:44

Justice Reform: Maintaining the Momentum of the Black Lives Matter Movement

8/2/2020
The country's first Indigenous Silk believes systemic reform needed to maintain momentum from the Black Lives Matter movement.

Duration:00:14:02

Raise the Age – Keeping Kids in Community, not Custody

7/26/2020
In the past twelve months alone, almost 600 children under the age of thirteen were imprisoned in this country, as thousands more found themselves caught up in the criminal justice system, prompting calls to raise the age of criminal responsibility to 14 years.

Duration:00:53:49

Time To Tell The Truth

7/19/2020
In this episode, we bring you an in-depth discussion focused on the importance of truth-telling as a way to inform better decisions moving forward.

Duration:00:53:49

Our Words Matter

7/12/2020
Voicing truth and telling First Nations stories of intersectionality are at the heart of the latest collection of poetry from poet, Ellen Van Neerven.

Duration:00:53:50