Social worker, educator, and proud Durrumbal / Killilli and Yidinji woman, Tileah Drahm-Butler joins Areej to talk about her article in Melbourne University’s Pursuit, Decolonising Social Work. Tileah discusses how using narrative therapy, increasing the number of First Nations social workers, and moving away from viewing social work as a “white” profession will help make social work resonate more with Aboriginal practitioners and clients alike.
Samira Farah then talks to Areej about the major events of 2020. From the Black Lives Matter movement, Tiger King, Indian Matchmaking, and the pandemic.
Lastly, Melbourne based DJ, C.Frim, joins Areej for a chat about the year and her new cassette mixtape, BSRMIX100. All proceeds from the mixtape will be donated to Black Rainbow, an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBQTI+SB support organisation. C.Frim also dropped a mix featuring tracks from Melbourne based producer Swell, rapper Mulalo, plus a little sprinkling of afrobeat to celebrate Areej’s last show of the year.
C.Frim’s BSRMIX100 is out now via Butter Sessions on Bandcamp.
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The Rap weaves conversations about culture, politics, literature, art and music into a weekly mix.