Some Words From Eva Lubulwa, Host Of Highly Melanated, And Areej Nur, Host Of The Rap

Some Words From Eva Lubulwa, Host Of Highly Melanated, And Areej Nur, Host Of The Rap

“It has been an incredibly tough week for Black and First Nations people in Australia, the US and around the world.”

Breakfasters: Meriki Onus Discusses Saturday’s Stop Black Deaths In Custody Protest Rally

Breakfasters: Meriki Onus Discusses Saturday’s Stop Black Deaths In Custody Protest Rally

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.

National Native Title Council CEO Jamie Lowe Joins The Mission

National Native Title Council CEO Jamie Lowe Joins The Mission

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.

Allara Joins Out On The Patio

Allara Joins Out On The Patio

Yorta Yorta musician, composer and filmmaker Allara joins Monique to tell us about the inspiration behind her new release, “Murnong Farm”, and much more.

Highly Melanated: Eva Talks To Judith Heard And Much More

Highly Melanated: Eva Talks To Judith Heard 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.

Breakfasters: How To Support The Save Our Scene Campaign

Breakfasters: How To Support The Save Our Scene Campaign

“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.

Album of the Week: Nyaaringu by Miiesha

Album of the Week: Nyaaringu by Miiesha

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

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The Rap: How The Media’s Framing Of The Unrest In Minneapolis Will Shape The Public’s View Of Protests

Danielle K. Kilgo, Assistant Professor of Journalism, Equality and Diversity at the University of Minnesota, joins Areej to discuss how local media in the United States has been portraying the protests, the media’s…

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The Grapevine: Understanding The Impacts From The Loss of Local Newspapers

Margaret Simons, award-winning journalist, author and board member of Public Interest Journalism Initiative, joins Kulja to chat about the loss of local newspapers around the country and the sustainability of media models. Margaret…

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The WIP Project On Full Circle

The WIP Project is a free online database of female and gender non-conforming (GNC) dance music artists and industry professionals. The database aims to unite bookers, artists and the wider dance community in…

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Glenn Thompson From Custard Joins The Australian Mood

Glenn Thompson from Custard joins Neil Rogers to talk about their new album, Respect All Lifeforms. It marks the 30-year anniversary of the band. He tells Neil that even though the accompanying tour…

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Breakfasters: A Guide To This Year’s St Kilda Film Festival With Festival Director Richard Sowanda

In his first year as Festival Director of the St Kilda Film Festival, Richard Sowanda has been thrown in the deep end with the festival being forced to move completely online for 2020…

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