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Welcome to SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program. Broadcasting in English, we cover national news, current affairs and sport.We also bring our listeners news from other indigenous communities around the world in an effort to promote understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal culture. SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program is one of only two national indigenous radio programs in Australia.

Welcome to SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program. Broadcasting in English, we cover national news, current affairs and sport.We also bring our listeners news from other indigenous communities around the world in an effort to promote understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal culture. SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program is one of only two national indigenous radio programs in Australia.
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Sydney, NSW

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Welcome to SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program. Broadcasting in English, we cover national news, current affairs and sport.We also bring our listeners news from other indigenous communities around the world in an effort to promote understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal culture. SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program is one of only two national indigenous radio programs in Australia.

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Multilingual

Contact:

SBS Radio Sydney Locked Bag 028 Crows Nest NSW 1585 Australia (02) 9430 2828


Episodes

Nooky in coversation for NITV The Point

6/22/2018
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"For me growing up I only felt like there was football or jail. I played football, I was alright, I wasn't the best. So when I wrote the song 'The Greatest,' I said we can choose death, football or cell bars cuz. Not me I sell bars cuz. Which was like, I choose my own thing." -Nooky (Yuin rapper)

Duration:00:17:36

Yaka Bulu Mari-No More Violence

6/22/2018
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Yaka Bulu Mari are the Yolgnu words for No More Violence. It's a strong message that Senior Traditional Owner Wityana Marika continues to teach young men in his community as they dance through their songlines and ceremony. This week a traditional Bungul welcome opened the 2nd annual Aboriginal Family Violence Policing Conference in Yirrkala, Northeast Arnhem Land. Traditional Owners, The Rirratijingu Aboriginal Corporation and the Northern Territory Police have joined together to hold the...

Duration:00:17:20

National Congress strengthen support for the path to a treaty framework

6/15/2018
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"I think our work unfortunately with the present government in relation to that, particularly the voice is over and done with. We can only hope that a future government might revisit that"- Dr Jackie Huggins on a national treaty framework.

Duration:00:13:08

Nobel laureate says Kim-Trump summit can lead to nuclear disarmament

6/13/2018
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“While Australia claims to support nuclear disarmament at the same time Australia claims that US nuclear weapons are essential for Australia’s security”.-Professor Tilman Ruff ICAN

Duration:00:12:47

A Man Called Yarra

6/8/2018
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A Man Called Yarra with (Robert Hillman) is the story of Stan Yarramunua. He's an artist, musician, actor, social worker and businessman. Stan and his brother and sisters grew up in Swan Hill, Victoria. For most of his childhood he spent his days following his father around from city to town, living on the road and the streets. Life was about survival. His mother is an Aboriginal woman who missed out on bringing up her children because his father kept running off with them. Stan...

Duration:00:17:33

Bush medicine exhibition shows the spirit of ancient healing practices

6/6/2018
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Medical History Museum at the University of Melbourne the Museum has opened it's doors to The Art of Healing: An Australian Bush Medicine exhibition. The exhibition celebrates 65,000 years of Indigenous Australian healing practices through contemporary art, showcasing 46 Indigenous artist's contemporary work of bush medicine and healing. "They depict gum trees (Eucalyptus), bracken fern (Pteridium esculentum), Australian blackwood (Acacia...

Duration:00:08:04

Victoria Aboriginal Children and Young People Commissioner

5/23/2018
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“Every child and young person has a lot to offer not only for their community but for the broader community as well”

Duration:00:07:19

We don't think it's a reason to stop trying

4/9/2018
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We are training lawyers to respond to Police duty of care failures in family violence matters and support women to come forward with their stories so a solid evidence base can be documented to advocate for systemic change.-Lawyer Erin Buckley

Duration:00:09:35

Yugambeh, other First Nations cultures celebrated at the Golf Coast games

4/4/2018
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“The cultural context in the Gold Coast Commonwealth games is just a reflection of how serious they are about reconciliation”-Yugembeh educator Ted Williams

Duration:00:11:42

Tax Talk Segment - March 2018

3/30/2018
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Duration:00:01:10

A grass roots project of men teaching men how to be men

3/22/2018
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“The Good Spirit Men's project is a type of men's shed designed around the need to develop Aboriginal men. A lot of our men are behind the eight ball in matters like domestic violence and high alcohol consumption. And, the only way some men understand the law is when they breach it and they find themselves in jail."

Duration:00:15:42

It's not over yet; Constitutional Recognition re-ignited in the Lower House

3/8/2018
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I think it is incumbent on the Parliament to make sure that there is a process that is followed through as a result of the enormous support to the whole Recognise and the Referendum Council dialogues.

Duration:00:07:32

A draft Aborginal Culture and Heritage Bill released for consultation in NSW

2/26/2018
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'NSWALC have put a set of principles on the table. They are not negotiable, that's the protection of who we are as Aboriginal people in NSW'

Duration:00:07:20

Redress, a step on the path to healing in Victoria

2/14/2018
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'A well executed redress plan would assist Aboriginal Victorians and help lift them out of poverty and address the numerous social stresses that affect their daily lives.'

Duration:00:04:47

Nyalangi We'll see you again

1/29/2018
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"This Saltwater Story is important for everyone, especially those coming onto country so they learn and become part of our story so we can move and work together."

Duration:00:05:33

Lucky Luke Curry Murri 13 on his people, life and music

1/28/2018
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Lucky Luke Curry Murri 13 shares his people's history, his story and music from his country in North West QLD.

Duration:00:18:03

NITV #AlwaysWillBe Behind the Sunrise

1/25/2018
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Listen in to the NITV Radio Always Will Be Behind the Sunrise podcast in conversation with Christine Anu.

Duration:00:40:25

Brisbane Murri community remember homeland warriors

1/4/2018
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"I just ask everybody out there to pause for a moment and honor those Elders in your own country, there the one's who created the pathways, there the one’s who walk the walk and there the one’s whose footsteps we’re walking in onetime"

Duration:00:08:05

Delivering babies and empowering children to achieve their goals

12/21/2017
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'A lot of our mob don't think they're smart enough but I just tell them that it's not about being smart, it's about working really hard'

Duration:00:08:28

The Dreamtime Awards makes a grand entrance and creates a future

12/20/2017
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“The Dreamtime awards are about celebrating and recognizing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander excellence, it’s about coming together and looking at all the great things were doing.”

Duration:00:06:33