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The Greens, the Uluru Statement, and Deadly Science

Lawyer and researcher Eddie Synot comments on the Greens changed position on the Uluru Statement From The Heart; and NSW 2020 Young Australian Of The Year Corey Tutt chats 'Deadly Science' and his…

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Jack Latimore and Thomas Mayor

Writer Jack Latimore shares his response to the Black Lives Matter movement, discussing his new essay for 'Meanjin Quarterly' called ‘Through a Mask, Breathing’. Then author Thomas Mayor joins Daniel to discuss his…

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Investigating police brutality; and First Nations country music

Nerita Waight, Co Chair of National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (NATSILS), discusses a proposal for an independent police oversight body for investigating instances of police brutality. And journalist Rachael Hocking…

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Racism and the AFL; and Heritage Destruction Consequences

Professor Barry Judd, Director of Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne, talks to Daniel about racism and the AFL. And Jamie Lowe, CEO of the National Native Title Council, talks about new…

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Marcia Langton on Heritage Site Destruction

Professor Marcia Langton AM discusses the impact of mining companies on Aboriginal heritage sites, ahead of the WA Government releasing its draft Aboriginal Heritage Protection Bill.  With presenter Daniel James.

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Vietnam Veterans Day and Torres Strait Island climate action

Michael Bell from the Australian War Memorial talks about Aboriginal servicemen in the Vietnam War; and Torres Strait Island man Yessie Mosby talks about the legal action and  fight to save the Torres…

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Renaming cheese

Academic and anti-racism campaigner Dr. Stephen Hagan discusses his 20 year campaign to re-name a brand of cheese. With presenter Daniel James.
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Closing The Gap and COVID in Urban Aboriginal Communities

Catherine Liddle, CEO of First Nations Media, talks to Daniel about the new national agreement on Closing the Gap. And Daniel McAullay discusses the threat of the pandemic on urban aboriginal communities.

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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…

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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…

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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.

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