Podcast: National TalkBlack

BONTB – 23 02 2024

BONTB – 23 02 2024

Best Of National TalkBlack showcasing the best of interviews from the week

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National Talkblack 271023

We had: Aunty Munya, Aboriginal Elder and Carla Rogers, Churchill fellow and Ally, talking about how thousands pledge to keep showing up for First Nations peoples following the disappointing Referendum outcome. Chris Croker and Chris Henderson from Impact Investment Partners, talking about how Inaugural ‘Powermakers’ capacity building program for First Nations launches this week. A…

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National Talkblack 261023

We had: Yarraka Bayles, Daughter of Tiga Bayles, talking about the Rebel with a Cause documentary series. Each episode features a different icon, episode 1 with Pat O’Shane AM, episode 2 on Neville Bonner, episode 3 with Oodgeroo Noonuccal and episode 4 with Tiga Bayles. Vanessa Lee Ahmat, Social Epidemiologist, talking about the cultural connections…

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National Talkblack 251023

We had: Maddison Shakespeare and Dor Acatch Achiek, talking about how new research has highlighted the common bond between refugees and Austral. PLO Stephen Grant and Senior Sergeant Glen De Lai from Edmonton Police having a general yarn with Trendy Trev. Kate Gane from Australian Catholic University (ACU) talking about her journey through studying and…

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National Talkblack 241023

We had: Alexander Symes, Architect, talking about how Aussie blueprints are going green following new research into sustainable rennovations. Hesitation to go green is high, with the new research from Allianz Australia revealing almost nine in ten Aussies say there are barriers deterring them from taking the plunge to sustainability. Over half of homeowners feel…

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National Talkblack 231023

We had: Renee Coffey, CEO of Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation, talking about how children are at risk of impact of parental mental illness. In line with Mental Health Month (October), a new study reveals the detrimental impact that paternal mental health can have on the mental wellbeing of children, with the findings showing a 42%…

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National Talkblack 201023

We had: Shane Howard, Goanna Frontman, talking about how he returns order of Australia Medal in response to Voice referendum result. Howard spoke of his ‘deep sadness’ and while he ‘respects the democratic result,’ he felt that, “Australians had missed an important historical moment of destiny.” Goanna Band Kane Gane, First Nations student, talking about…

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National Talkblack 191023

We had: Violet Stannard, Producer Cairns Indigenous Art Fair, talking about Urban BLAKtivation. Produced by the team at Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), Urban BLAKtivation will surprise and delight visitors to the city’s Shields Street cultural precinct with a live and free First Nations showcase from 4.30 pm to 8 pm on Saturday, 21 October…

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National Talkblack 181023

We had: Mervyn Eades, Founder and CEO Ngalla Maya: Aboriginal Employment Access, having a catch up yarn with Trendy Trev about the work Ngalla Maya are doing. PLO Stephen Grant and Senior Sergeant Glen De Lai from Edmonton Police, talking about homelessness. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, account for 20% of all people who…

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National Talkblack 171023

We had: Harley Mann, Artistic Director, talking about the special advanced preview of new show by Circa Cairns. Performing Live at Cairns Performing Arts Centre October 20th and 21st at 7pm. Don’t miss the highly anticipated new show Son by Circa Cairns – a pioneering production about the relationship between fathers and sons told through…

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