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A national focus on news, events & issues that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Hear interviews, features and community stories from the SBS NITV Radio program.

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A national focus on news, events & issues that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Hear interviews, features and community stories from the SBS NITV Radio program.

    WA’s proposed water law reform vs Traditional Owners' rights and interests

    WA’s proposed water law reform vs Traditional Owners' rights and interests

    Conversation with Emma Garlett -academic at Curtin University’s Law School- exploring proposed water law reforms in Western Australia and their implications for Traditional Owners.

    • 18 min
    The Skin of Others - the extraordinary life of Aboriginal WWI veteran and activist Douglas Grant

    The Skin of Others - the extraordinary life of Aboriginal WWI veteran and activist Douglas Grant

    The Skin of Others is a story of modern Australia told through the extraordinary life of Aboriginal WW1 soldier Douglas Grant (c.1885-1951).
    Featuring the acclaimed Indigenous actor Balang Tom E. Lewis, the film is also a celebration of Lewis’ unique ability to inhabit the skin of others.

    • 36 min
    Bike Ride with Aboriginal People on January 26

    Bike Ride with Aboriginal People on January 26

    This ride is a gesture to acknowledge that not all Australians see Australia Day in the same way and to stand with Aboriginal people’s aim for unity for all Australians – Uncle Neil Evers.
     

    • 16 min
    The Wiradjuri war of resistance as it happened on both sides

    The Wiradjuri war of resistance as it happened on both sides

    In his new book “Gudyarra - The first Wiradjuri War of Resistance - The Bathurst war 1822-1824”; historian Stephen Gapps traces, with meticulous details,  the coordinated resistance warfare by the Wiradjuri people under the leadership of Windradyne and other Aboriginal warriors. The book also recounts the drastic counterattacks by the colonists and their punitive expeditions that often ended in indiscriminate massacres.

    • 30 min
    Science & Technology – Episode 47

    Science & Technology – Episode 47

    New research has uncovered the vital role a member of the bandicoot family plays in maintaining native ecosystems - University of South Australia researchers have developed an algorithm to help robots avoid colliding with humans and other moving obstacles in their path - Record numbers to attend Australia’s flagship STEM Youth experience in January 2022 - Aussie rainforest birds move uphill to beat the heat, but for those at the top there's nowhere to go.

    • 13 min
    Lou Bloomer fashions a passion for Indigenous history and design

    Lou Bloomer fashions a passion for Indigenous history and design

    Despite not finishing high school, Bundjalung/Kamilaroi artist and fashion design student Lou Bloomer just graduated from RMIT University’s Bachelor of Fashion (Design) and is on track for a career in the design and fashion industry.

    • 13 min

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