National Talk Black 120324

National Talk Black 120324

On todays National Talk Black via NIRS – National Indigenous Radio Service we have:

Sheriden Morris, Managing Director of the Reef & Rainforest Research Centre (RRRC), talking about the Deadly Women event RRRC proudly delivered last Friday 8th March the “18 Ravenshoe Deadly Women to Graduate On International Women’s Day” program. Sheriden shares with Trendy Trev how the event went!

Dr Mykaela Saunders, Writer, teacher, researcher and editor, talking about her debut collection of First Nations speculative fiction “Always Will Be”- an outstanding and timely collection of speculative fiction imagining futures where Indigenous sovereignty is fully reasserted.

Kevin Edmonstone, Artist and Umi Arts “You & Me” exhibiting artist , talking about his involvement with the Umi Arts, “You & Me” exhibition. The exhibition features 30 artworks from 15 First Nations artists, taking place Friday 15th March.

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