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Priscilla Atkins and Sue-Anne Hunter

Priscilla Atkins, Co-Chair of The National Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Legal Service (NATSILS) discusses Black Deaths in Custody. Then, social worker and social justice advocate Sue-Anne Hunter on the March For Justice movement…


Fiona Peterson and Geraldine Atkinson

Healing Foundation CEO Fiona Petersen discusses the Aged Care Royal Commission and its implications for members of the stolen generations. Then, Aunty Geraldine Atkinson, First Nations People of Assembly Co-Chair and Bangerang and…


Dr Damien Finch and Dr June Oscar AO

Dr Damien Finch from the University of Melbourne's School of Earth Sciences, tells Daniel how Australia's oldest rock art painting has been identified. Then, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner June…


Naomi Moran and Dr Jason Agostino

Naomi Moran, First Nations Media Australia Vice-Chair, discusses how the Facebook ban on Australian media content affects First Nations communities; and Dr Jason Agostino, National Aboriginal Controlled Community Organisation (NACCHO) Medical Advisor, talks…


Jadah Pleiter and Nala Mansell

Jadah Pleiter discusses providing the Victorian public with a deeper understanding into the State’s true history with the new campaign, 'Deadly And Proud.' And Nala Mansell, Campaign Coordinator at the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre…


Archie Roach and Catherine Liddle

New SNAICC CEO Catherine Liddle talks about the challenges facing Aboriginal children in 2021; and Archie Roach talks about his memoir 'Tell Me Why: the Story of My Life and My Music', which…


Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage report; and William Cooper’s legacy

Productivity Commissioner Romlie Mokak explores the release of the Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage report; and Dr. Lois Peeler discusses William Cooper's legacy with respect to the German government officially apologising for its refusal to…


Public Drunkenness laws; and the Victorian Budget

Jill Gallagher, CEO of the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO), reflects on how the Victorian State Budget impacts Aboriginal Communities; and Victorian Attorney-General Jill Hennessy discusses the repeal of public drunkenness…


Closing the Gap; and Structural Violence in Child Protection

Professor Hugh Taylor AC, Melbourne Laureate Professor, talks about Closing The Gap on Indigenous eye health; and Damian Griffis, CEO First Peoples Disability Network, talks about First Nations people with disability raising injustice…


Family Matters Report 2020 and Racism in the Workplace

Sue-Anne Hunter, Chair of Family Matters, talks about 'The Family Matters Report 2020' findings of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander children taken away from their families at alarming rates; and Lisa Annese CEO…

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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.