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Listen to Exploring environmental justice for First Nations People, why racial silence and complicity is to blame for indigenous deaths in custody and Okenyo’s new Solo EP54:4024 June 2020

Seed Mob Organising Coordinator, Tishiko King chats to Areej about the Environmental Film Festival of Australia & the online launch and screening of The Condor & The Eagle, a documentary about South American Indigenous leaders seeking climate justice for their communities. The documentary is set for international release on July 1st.

Areej is also joined by Gomeroi poet and researcher at the Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research, Alison Whittacker, to discuss her piece for The Conversation, 'Despite 432 Indigenous deaths in custody since 1991, no one has ever been convicted'

Lastly, Sydney based theatre actress and RnB, hip hop and soul musician, Okenyo phones in for a Q&A about her latest EP, Solo out now via Elefant Traks.

More info:

Alison Whittaker's Article

Watch "The Condor & The Eagle" Trailer on Vimeo

The Condor & The Eagle | Official Website

The Condor & The Eagle | IMDB

Listen to Okenyo - Solo

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