“It has been an incredibly tough week for Black and First Nations people in Australia, the US and around the world.”
Meriki Onus from Warriors Of The Aboriginal Resistance explains the importance of tomorrow’s rally, how people can participate online, and the safety guidelines for people attending.
Rio Tinto recently blasted one of the country’s oldest Aboriginal heritage sites. Gundjitmara Djabwurrung man and National Native Title Council CEO Jamie Lowe joins Declan Furber Gillick to discuss how this was legally possible, the state of Native Title in Australia, and more.
Yorta Yorta musician, composer and filmmaker Allara joins Monique to tell us about the inspiration behind her new release, “Murnong Farm”, and much more.
“It’s up to all of us to start making a difference.” In this week’s episode of Highly Melanated, Eva Lubulwa reflects on being “officially racially tired”, shares a poem from her father, and has a deep-dive conversation with Ugandan model Judith Heard.
“Venues equal opportunities for artists, so we’re looking for the government to fund a package that helps sustain that critical infrastructure for the music industry.” Learn about the Save Our Scene campaign and petition (which you can sign now) with co-director Simone Ubaldi.
Nyaaringu is the debut full-length release from Miiesha. Drawing upon gospel, R&B, hip hop, soul and spoken word poetry, it’s a profound, powerful record of exceptional songcraft and production
Learn about 'Eat Like The Animals: What Nature Teaches Us About The Science of Healthy Eating' with author Stephen Simpson.
Einstein A Go-Go
Ecologist John Read, Assoc Prof Rod Fensham, and Dr Scott Hocknull join the show.
Local and/or General
Jannah Quill phones in to tell us about the MESS live stream.
Fill-in host Rashelle McHugh talks to novelists Kimberley Starr and Fiona Harris.