National Talkblack 200919

National Talkblack 200919

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

Marrawah Law yarning about Cyber bullying. Intentional or repeated cruel or hurtful behavior that is carried out using technology with your phone, email, chatrooms, games and social networking sites. There are a range of different ways cyber bullying can be classified as. One rule of thumb if you wouldn’t say it to a person face to face you shouldn’t be saying it online.

Suzie Brown who gave us a live cross from Geelong and was at the School Strike 4 Climate Change. Australian Parents for Climate Action (AP4CA) members will be at the nearly 100 strike locations around Australia with their children protesting. This strike is also part of a global movement in 156 countries on all 7 continents And counting!

Mer Elder Aven Noah and Myles Russell-Cook from National Gallery of Victora yarning about Black Bamboo: Contemporary Furniture Design From Mer, Torres Strait combines traditional craft and collaborative contemporary design in a display of bamboo furniture designed by artists from the Island of Mer at the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia from 13 September 2019 – 5 April 2020. β€œ

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