Goenpul woman and academic, Professor Aileen Moreton-Robison joins Areej to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her groundbreaking book Talkin’ Up to the White Woman. A timeless work that undertakes an analysis of the whiteness of Australian feminism and its effects on Indigenous women. The book, re-released via University of Queensland Press includes an anniversary preface and review essay by Professor Moreton-Robinson.
Also, Sydney based Indigenous hip hop artist, Ziggy Ramo chats to Areej about Black Thoughts, his newly released independent album. Underscored by soul, R&B and jazz-infused beats, Ziggy Ramo details his experience of growing up Indigenous in Australia. The album is out now and was Triple R’s Album of the week!
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Album of the Week: Black Thoughts
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