National Talkblack 180723

National Talkblack 180723

We had:

Rae Johnston, talking about the new season of Going Places with Ernie Dingo, thrilling drama Firebite and the inaugural SBS Elder in Residence Oration.

Renee Coffey, CEO of Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation, talking about Breaking the cycle of trauma: The importance of supporting children in PTSD-affected families. Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

Samantha Walker, First Nations Operations Manager, and Sandra Levers, talking about the Deadly Women’s Indigenous development and leadership program 2023. This opportunity is for any Deadly First Nation’s women over 18 years of age to learn and grow new skills, meet other Deadly Sisters, and achieve a nationally recognised qualification. Register at

Shauna Bostock, Author, talking about her book ‘Reaching Through Time’ – How a Bundjalung woman traced their ancient history from frontier violence to 2023. Shauna has worked tirelessly over the past thirteen years to trace her ancestor’s lineage all the way from colonialism through to present day, and the narrative that she has arrived at is a tireless exposition of the cataclysmic impact of colonization on Aboriginal families.

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