National Talkblack 131119

National Talkblack 131119

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

Priscilla Atkins – CEO – From North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency. NAAJA delivers high quality and culturally proficient Aboriginal legal services to the Top End of the Northern Territory. This week NAAJA put out a media release in regards to the Yuendumu police shooting. They offered their support and what action they would like to be taken.

Julie Borninkhof – Clinical Psychologist and CEO of Panda – Perinatal anxiety and depression touches every area of wellbeing, including motivation, decision making and how people connect with others. For the 100,000 Australian families who are affected by perinatal anxiety and depression each year, the road to parenthood can be overwhelming.

Edmonton Police – In the studio for their Which Way yarning segment. Today’s topic ‘Lottery scams’

Tory Sheppard – Writer and Journalist – With Uluru closed, and quiet. The hordes who flocked there to queue and climb have left, finally. Since the decision to close in 2017 campaigns to do the same elsewhere have stepped up such as St Mary Peak, in South Australia’s Flinders Rangers, Mt Beerwah in the Glass House Mountains also on the list of places elders want people to stop climbing

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