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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

Politics and Activism: The Fight for Ongoing Constitutional Reform

6/20/2021
In conversation with Native Title Barrister, Tony McAvoy as he reflects on the need for constitutional reform in contemporary Australia.

Duration:00:53:16

Cultural Resilience in the Face of Adverse Government Policy

6/13/2021
Advancing Treaty processes in Queensland and SandSong, the lastest creative work from Bangarra Dance Theatre.

Duration:00:53:49

Treaty in Queensland: Where to from here?

6/13/2021
A Treaty Advancement Committee has been established in Queensland to provide momentum for the push for First Nations Treaties.

Duration:00:12:50

Sandsong: Stories from the Great Sandy Desert

6/13/2021
Bangarra Dance Theatre's latest production is a story of cultural resilience in the face of adverse Government policy.

Duration:00:32:38

The Children Of The Intervention: Is the Youth Justice System Failing them?

6/6/2021
Controversial changes to youth bail laws in the Northern Territory have been widely condemned by Aboriginal Legal and Children's rights groups.

Duration:00:53:48

The Journey Home: Reconciliation Through Repatriation

5/30/2021
How can the repatriation of sacred Indigenous objects and ancestral remains contribute to the reconciliation process?

Duration:00:53:49

The Pursuit of Justice

5/23/2021
As the coronial inquest into the 2016 death in custody of Wayne Fella Morrison continued in Adelaide this past week, his family continue to push for a ban on the use of spit-hoods in carceral institutions.

Duration:00:53:50

Literature, Language & Cultural Revitalisation

5/16/2021
In recent years Aboriginal Elders, Scholars and Historians have undertaken the arduous task of revitalising language, and on this episode we celebrate two Authors undertaking that process through the use of contemporary literature.

Duration:01:00:00

Surviving New England

5/16/2021
Callum Clayton Dixon is a linguist, an historian and a founding member of the Anaiwan Language Revival Program.

Duration:00:14:49

Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray

5/16/2021
Anita Heiss is an award winning author, her books include fiction and non-fiction titles including Barbed Wire and Cherry Blossoms, Tiddas, Am I Black Enough For You, I’m not Racist But, and Growing up Aboriginal.

Duration:00:31:41

Child Protection and Culture

5/9/2021
Politics, arts and culture from a range of Indigenous perspectives.

Duration:00:53:49

Culture and Child Care

5/9/2021
The peak Indigenous led childcare agency, SNAICC - National Voice For Our Children has embarked on a fresh approach to the provision of culturally appropriate early childhood education and care.

Duration:00:19:27

Community and culture - stemming the rates of First Nations youth suicide and self harm

5/9/2021
Disturbing figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics have shown that suicide is the leading cause of death for First Nations children aged between 5 and 17 years old.

Duration:00:14:18

National Emergency - Stop Black Deaths in Custody

5/2/2021
Keenan Mundine has experienced first-hand the brutalities of the justice system and is only too familiar with the campaign for justice for the families of First Nations deaths in custody.

Duration:00:53:49

Black Diggers: The Indigenous Response to WW1

4/23/2021
An estimated 1200 Indigenous men enlisted in WW1, but for what and who were they fighting for?

Duration:00:53:50

The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody: 30 Years on

4/18/2021
30 Years on from the 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and many are asking what's changed?

Duration:00:53:49

The Personal Toll of a Death in Custody

4/18/2021
Latoya Rule's Sibling, Wayne 'Fella' Morrison died in 2016 while on remand, she details the personal and often public toll on a family seeking justice.

Duration:00:15:48

Abolition on Indigenous Land

4/11/2021
A group of Academics and Activists consider the consequence of the Abolition of criminal justice systems?

Duration:00:53:49

A History of Aboriginal Rugby League in NSW

4/4/2021
What influence did race based social policy have on the uptake of Rugby League by Aboriginal men?

Duration:00:53:49

John Maynard: The Intersection of Aboriginal Political and Social History

3/28/2021
We profile the remarkable life and career of Academic and Aboriginal historian, John Maynard.

Duration:00:53:49