National Talk Black 200224

National Talk Black 200224

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

John Leha, CEO of AbSec, talking about the announcement of the national Commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children and Young People.

Glen Hingley, CEO of Tourism Port Douglas Daintree, talking about the road to Thornton Beach opening after being closed for more than two months due to Tropical Cyclone Jasper.…/visit…/

Jacinta Walton and Sally Smith, Researcher and community member/co-author, talking about the launch by their healthy skin team of a children’s storybook written by community for community – designed to help families recognize and tackle eczema. The first in a series of similar storybooks planned to address skin health, it’s been co-designed with an Aboriginal advisory group and features Noongar words.…/new-eczema-storybook…/

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