National Talkblack 180422

National Talkblack 180422

We had:

Dr Cybele Dey, Presenter on Climate change and children panel talking about Conference to address children’s health in climate change. An eight-year-old child from rural NSW was so worried for his father’s safety during the Black Summer bushfires that he developed a severe anxiety disorder, according to child and adolescent psychiatrist, Dr Cybele Dey.

Troy Robinson (Gumbaynggirr), Cultural Educator and artist talking about Musicians take stand against racism, fear and division with song All One Under the Sun. A NSW campaign to fight racism called All One Under the Sun, based on Gumbaynggirr Country at Coffs Harbour, has done just that, drawing together musically talented young people with very diverse backgrounds.

Ben Tyler, CDU student talking about Bush tucker and big dreams for Bininj entrepreneurial CDU student. Territorian and Charles Darwin University (CDU) student Ben Tyler is inspiring his mob and other First Nations businesses to reclaim the native food industry in Australia with his business endeavour, Kakadu Kitchen.

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