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Chelsea Watego on her new book

Chelsea Watego, Munanjahli and South Sea Islander woman born and raised on Yuggera country, and Professor of Indigenous Health at Queensland University of Technology, talks about her collection of essays ‘Another Day in…


Bain Attwood and Yessie Mosby

Bain Attwood, Professor of History at Monash University, discusses his book on Aboriginal activist and Yorta Yorta man, William Cooper. The book titled ‘William Cooper: An Aboriginal Life Story’, is a tribute to…


Shaun "Silk" Burgoyne and Professor Eleanor Bourke

Shaun Burgoyne talks about his career in the AFL, as well as his new book ‘Silk: Football, Family, Respect’; and Wergaia/Wamba Wamba woman and Chair of the Yoo-rrook Justice Commission, Professor Eleanor Bourke…


Chrissy Grant and Jill Gallagher

Kuku Yulanji and Mualgal woman, and Chairperson of the Wet Tropics Management Authority, Chrissy Grant, talks about the recent regaining of ownership of the Daintree Tropical Rainforest by its rightful owners, the Kuku…


Karinda Taylor on the services of the First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing organisation

First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing is a dynamic Aboriginal community-controlled health service aiming to improve access to affordable primary health care in urban Melbourne. Wamba Wamba woman and Chief Executive Officer at First…


Lee-Anne Carter and Fiona Cornforth

Lee-Anne Carter, Statewide Community Justice Programs Leader at Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service, talks about the Federal Court case that has been launched against the Morrison Government, seeking fair and equal access to the…


Author Claire G. Coleman and Director Allan Clarke

Proud Wirlomin-Noongar woman and author Claire G. Coleman talks about her new book ‘Lies, Damned Lies: A Personal Exploration of the Impact of Colonisation’, a book taking the reader on a journey through…


Journalist Karla Grant and author Thomas Mayor

Presenter, producer, and journalist Karla Grant talks about the situation surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak in Wilcannia, as well as her report on the situation for 'Living Black'; and Torres Strait Islander man and…


Brendan Kennedy on restoring cultural flows to the Murray-Darling rivers and Paul Paton on the new cultural landscape strategy

Brendan Kennedy, Tatti Tatti man and delegate for Murray Lower Darling Rivers Indigenous Nations (MLDRIN), talks about the impact of mismanagement and inaction on the rivers, explaining the significance of the rivers to…


COVID in Shepparton and Melb Uni's new Dilin Duwa Centre

Shannon Drake, Proud Wamba Wamba/Jaara woman and Executive Manager of Health and Wellbeing at the Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative in Shepparton, talks about the positive response from the local Indigenous community regarding the recent…

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