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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…

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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…

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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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Senator Lidia Thorpe on Closing the Gap and Lionel Austin on the Vaccine Rollout

Gunnai-Gunditjmara woman, and Senator representing the Australians Greens, Lidia Thorpe, talks about the realities of the most recent ‘Closing the Gap’ report, as well as her experience as a Senator in Canberra. Senator…

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Artist Thelma Beeton and Filmmaker Tiriki Onus on his documentary

Description: Palawa woman and artist Thelma Beeton talks about her artwork featured in Banj Banj/nawnta, an exhibition presented by The Torch at Counihan Gallery. Thelma talks about the meaning behind her artwork…

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Professor Anita Heiss on Indigenous Writing and her new Novel

Proud Wiradjuri woman, author, activist, and social commentator Professor Anita Heiss discusses her new novel Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray: River of Dreams, with presenter Daniel James. In this special long-form interview, Anita also discusses…

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SNAICC's Catherine Liddle and artist Jandamarra Cadd

SNAICC CEO and Arrernte/Luritja woman Catherine Liddle, talks about the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day, which is coming up on 4th August; and Yorta Yorta and Dja Dja Warung artist…

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Djon Mundine

Bandjalung artist, writer, curator and activist Djon Mundine discusses the King and Wood Malleson contemporary First Nations Art Award and exhibition, which is showing at 45Downstairs. With presenter Vanessa Morris, filling in for…

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Jon Altman on the NT Intervention

ANU Emeritus Professor Jon Altman discusses his recent article on the harmful policy legacies of the Northern Territory Intervention, which was instilled fourteen years ago. With presenter Daniel James.

Article: https://arena.org.au/lest-we-forget-the-harmful-policy-legacies-of-the-northern-territory-intervention/

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

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Luke Pearson

Gamilaraay man, founder and CEO of Indigenous X, Luke Pearson, joins presenter Daniel James to discuss an article that he and Natalie Cromb wrote for Indigenous X about Critical Race Theory. 

Article: https://indigenousx.com.au/critical-race-theory-what-isnt-it/

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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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