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Raise The Age and Black Lives still Matter

Roxanne Moore, Executive Officer from NATSILS (National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Service) discusses why we need to raise the age of criminal responsibility. And Meriki Onus, co-founder of Warriors of the…


Crisis line ‘Brother To Brother’; and Murray Darling Basin

Alan Thorpe, Director of Dardi Munwurro (Strong Spirit) 24 hr crisis line 'Brother To Brother' talks about the important work of  on supporting Aboriginal men through COVID; and Fred Hooper, Chairperson, Northern Basins…


Truth Telling Process & Aboriginal Lives Matter

Marcus Stewart, Co-Chair of the First People's Assembly of Victoria, talks about the Victorian Government’s support for a truth-telling process; and Tracey Hanshaw, founder of Justice Aunties Inc, talks about NITV's premiere of…


Hard Lock Down in Melbourne Public Housing

Jill Gallagher AO discusses Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations' (VACCHO) response to the hard lockdown in Melbourne's public housing.

With presenter Daniel James.

Website:  https://www.rrr.org.au/explore/programs/the-mission


Structural racism and Low Uptake of the Flu Vaccine

Dr Shireen Morris, a McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellow at the Melbourne Law School, discusses how public support for the Uluru Statement From The Heart is key to the end of structural racism in Australia…


Death in custody Law Reform & Lidia Thorpe

CEO of Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia, Dennis Eggington, talks about law reform in the wake Ms Dhu's tragic death in custody in 2014. And Gunai-Gunditjimara woman Lidia Thorpe discusses her new…


Coalition of Peaks and Aboriginal Deaths in Custody

Co-Chair of the National Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Legal Services, Nerita Weight talks about Coalition of Peaks partnering with Australian governments to close the gap; And Meriki Onus, co-founder of Warriors of the…


Gary Foley & Ruling on use of Tear Gas

Historian, activist and actor Gary Foley talks about the current Black Lives Matter protests and their historical significance, as well as his appearance at the upcoming St Kilda Film Festival. And Nerita Weight…


Rio Tinto, and First Nations Arts Awards winner

Chief Executive of the National Native Title Council, Jamie Lowe, discusses the recent destruction of an Aboriginal heritage site by Rio Tinto mining company in the Western Pilbara region; and artist Thea Anamara…


Sorry Day, Rec Week, and Social housing.

On this Sorry Day episode, Dr Andrew Peters talks about the importance of recognition and reconciliation; and former CEO of Aboriginal Housing Victoria, Jenny Samms, provides an update on the Victorian Government's announcement…

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Exploring the issues that impact the lives of Aboriginal people and those at the wrong end of social justice in this country.