National Talkblack 170223

National Talkblack 170223

We had:

Eric Vanweydeveld, Author of the WSAA report, talking about how gaps will fill for safe drinking water in First Nations communities – but more is to be done. Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA), the peak body for water utilities across Australia, welcomes the Federal Government injection of $150 million to ensure safe drinking water for First Nations communities.

Robyne Pacey,UMI Arts Exhibition and Gallery Officer talking about the call out for Queensland’s Indigenous artists to showcase talent on national stage. UMI Arts has issued a call out to members and Indigenous artists to participate, and showcase works in its 2023 tour of Australia’s three leading art fairs..

Keely, Singer, talking about the Ngana Birrung festival. Following the success of last year’s shows, First Nations Hip hop festival Ngana Birrung is back in 2023 and bigger than ever, showcasing some of Australia’s best First Nations hip-hop artists in a series of live shows to be remembered.

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