National Talkblack 240919

National Talkblack 240919

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

Wayne Costelloe that deadly brother hosting today’s program.

Stephen Letts – ABC Current Affairs Digital Team – Speaking on the unemployment rates that keep rising on a National level and has continued its steady grind higher, hitting 5.3 per cent. It is, of course, worse for the estimated 716,800 people stuck in the jobless queue. We also asked how do these figures affect our mob as well.

Debbie Kilroy CEO of Sisters Inside Inc she is one of Australia’s leading advocates for protecting the human rights of women and children through decarceration. She was yarning to us about an Aboriginal woman robbed & assaulted.
She had serious injuries after being assaulted by 2 men. Walked into a police station in #WA they arrested her on fine warrants. The #freeher campaign was set up by Debbie Kilroy CEO of Sisters Inside, the funds raised will be used to release people from prison and pay warrants so they are not imprisoned.

We also had some of our callers – calling in to add to the Climate Change conversation we have been having. With world leaders who gathered at the United Nations #ClimateActionSummit 🌎☀️🌨

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