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Culture, lifestyle and political issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Australia.

Culture, lifestyle and political issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Australia.
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Brisbane, QLD

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Culture, lifestyle and political issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Australia.

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English

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


Episodes

Warburdar Bununu: Water Shield

9/15/2019
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In the late ’70s, Borroloola elders co-produced a landmark film to expose the threat to their homelands from mining development. In 2019, the eco-battle re-ignites.

Duration:00:19:47

The Aboriginal Soccer Tribe

9/15/2019
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Rising above the colour bar, Professor John Maynard documents the opportunities presented by Post War Australia on the sporting field in the revised edition of his award-winning book, The Aboriginal Soccer Tribe.

Duration:00:19:50

Establishing a National Indigenous Children's Strategy

9/8/2019
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The country’s peak Indigenous Child Care Agency looks ahead to 2020, with plans to establish a national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children's strategy.

Duration:00:53:49

Vale Graham 'Polly' Farmer

9/1/2019
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A state funeral was held this past week in Perth to honour AFL Legend Graham 'Polly' Farmer who faced down racism both on and off the field, despite revolutionising the sport in ruckwork and handballing.

Duration:00:02:39

The White Girl

9/1/2019
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The White Girl by Tony Birch is a tale of 1960’s Australia and the resilience of Aboriginal women and their struggle for justice.

Duration:00:53:49

The Australian Dream

8/25/2019
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The Australian Dream, the vilification of Adam Goodes, race relations and reconciliation in Australia.

Duration:00:16:57

Black Lives Matter

8/25/2019
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Black Lives Matter, the relatives of Aboriginal victims of crime whose cases have stalled due to Government racism and inaction campaign for justice.

Duration:00:53:49

Indigenous Knowledges - A Family Affair

8/18/2019
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The impact and legacy of Indigenous scholars and the protection of Indigenous knowledges by Aboriginal elders and academics.

Duration:00:53:49

Toni Morrison

8/11/2019
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The literary world is this week mourning the passing of Nobel Prize winning novelist, Toni Morrison at the age of 88.

Duration:00:02:18

City of Gold

8/11/2019
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City of Gold, starring Wongatha and Yamatji man, Meyne Wyatt, is the latest theatrical production challenging racial stereotyping in the entertainment industry.

Duration:00:20:34

Racial Bias in the Medical Industry

8/11/2019
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The New South Wales health industry put on notice, following a landmark finding that racial bias contributed to the death of Wiradjuri woman Naomi Williams in 2016.

Duration:00:19:21

Treaty Then, Treaty Now, Treaty When?

8/4/2019
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The challenge for Minister for Indigenous Australians, Ken Wyatt, is to develop a Treaty model that will take a majority of Australians forward in support, so what are the options?

Duration:00:53:49

Artist, Activist and Alchemist

7/28/2019
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Self described artist, activist and alchemist, Lindsey Stillwell details her intersectional Native American approach to healing ancestral and sexual trauma.

Duration:00:15:30

Blood on the Dance Floor

7/28/2019
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‘Blood on the Dance Floor’, is a theatrical production addressing the stigma and rise of HIV in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities today.

Duration:00:15:34

Honouring the Words of the Messenger

7/21/2019
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The late author Kerry Reed-Gilbert speaking on the “The Strength of Us As Women”, as well as the issues that motivated and inspired her writing in an interview recorded in 2000.

Duration:00:53:49

NAIDOC 2019: Treaty Pt 2

7/14/2019
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Is the Australian public ready for an open and honest discussion on the pros and cons of an Indigenous Treaty? Our expert panel believes it is, but true leadership is needed.

Duration:00:53:49

NAIDOC 2019: Treaty Pt 1

7/7/2019
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As the state of Victoria pushes ahead with plans to develop a Treaty with Traditional Owners, our expert panel examine best strategies to advance a similar process nationally.

Duration:00:53:49

NAIDOC 2019: Truth

6/30/2019
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Our expert panel explore the importance of truth-telling in the development of our national identity, and the need for an honest and open dialogue about our shared histories.

Duration:00:53:49

NAIDOC 2019: Voice

6/23/2019
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The Indigenous voice in this country is over 65,000 years old, but the impact of colonisation on that voice is still being felt today.

Duration:00:53:49

Walk Together In Courage

6/16/2019
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Diversity in media, whether within traditional outlets or on social media platforms, Indigenous voices are increasingly challenging new audiences.

Duration:00:53:49