National Talkblack 281119

National Talkblack 281119

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

John Locke – A traditional Custodian from the Wet Tropics organising a coming together of people and knowledge at the Ecological Society of Australia conference at the symposium ‘Research protocols and changing nature of working on Country’. Indigenous Ecological Knowledge will be a major focus of the conference this year, with Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who study and care for Country coming together to discuss cultural burning, bush food, song lines, invasive species and more.

Renee Fiolet – A new online family violence resource co-designed with the First Nations peoples of Wadawurrung Country has been launched. Burndawan “meaning safe” was co-designed with an Aboriginal Community Advisory Group to ensure it has relevance for members of their community who are affected by family violence.

And our regular Talkblack callers adding to the conversation and discussing the Mabo documentary and the things achieved for our people after that historic case.

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We would also like to thank the Community Broadcasting Foundation and National Indigenous Australians Agency for their support here at BBM 98.7FM