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A podcast featuring candid conversations with our Indigenous sisters, hosted by Kamilaroi and Dunghutti woman, Marlee Silva. 

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A podcast featuring candid conversations with our Indigenous sisters, hosted by Kamilaroi and Dunghutti woman, Marlee Silva. 

    Marlee & Keely Silva: What January 26 Means To Us

    Marlee & Keely Silva: What January 26 Means To Us

    Today is January 26th and if you've ever wondered why this day causes so much controversy, or how it can affect Indigenous Australians, you need to hear this interview. 

    Kamilaroi and Dunghutti woman, Marlee Silva, is back for Season 2 and in this episode, she's joined by her sister Keely, co-founder of Tiddas 4 Tiddas. 

    Marlee and Keely have always felt differently about January 26. It’s the most polarising part of their relationship. Today they discuss what the day means to them, why they have handled it differently each year and what they want to see for the day in the future.

    CREDITS:

    Host: Marlee Silva

    Guest: Keely Silva

    Producers: Hannah Bowman & Leah Porges

    The Tiddas 4 Tiddas artwork is made possible by Call Time on Melanoma and artist Keely Silva.

    CONTACT US:

    Follow Tiddas 4 Tiddas on Instagram here - https://www.instagram.com/tiddas4tiddas/

    Tell us what you think of the show via email at podcast@mamamia.com.au or on the PodPhone 02 8999 9386.

    Tiddas 4 Tiddas is a podcast by Mamamia. Find more shows here… https://www.mamamia.com.au/podcasts/

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    Tiddas 4 Tiddas Is Back

    Tiddas 4 Tiddas Is Back

    Marlee is back with more candid conversations with our Indigenous sisters.  And on Sunday January 26th we're kicking it off with a discussion about what Australia Day means to young Indigenous Australians.

    Then each week Marlee will be joined by more inspiring Indigenous women including Shahni Wellington, Celeste Carnegie and Tanya Hosch.

    Make sure you're subscribed so you don't miss an episode and we'll see you on January 26th.

    CREDITS:

    Host: Marlee Silva

    Producer: Leah Porges

    GET IN TOUCH:

    Follow Tiddas 4 Tiddas on Instagram here... https://www.instagram.com/tiddas4tiddas/

    Call the PodPhone on 02 8999 9386.

    Email the show at podcast@mamamia.com.au

    Tiddas 4 Tiddas is a podcast by Mamamia. Find more shows here...https://www.mamamia.com.au/podcasts/

    The Tiddas 4 Tiddas artwork is made possible by Call Time on Melanoma and artist Keely Silva.

    Support the show.

    • 1 min.
    Kristy Dickinson Wants You To Know Everyone Can Wear The Aboriginal Flag

    Kristy Dickinson Wants You To Know Everyone Can Wear The Aboriginal Flag

    A house party leads to many things, but the name of business probably isn’t one of them.

    When Kristy Dickenson was working a retail job she didn’t like, she realised she just wanted to make beautiful accessories that she would wear. 

    And one evening, Kristy was organising a house party on Facebook, and called the event ‘Haus Of Dizzy’ - dizzy moles being an affectionate term she called her closest friends. 

    Fast forward a couple of years and Haus of Dizzy the business, not the facebook event, has been worn by the likes of Drew Barrymore,  Lauren Hill and Miranda Tapsell.

    From palm trees to sassy hoops to the deadly indigenous flag itself, Kristy has created a range that reflects her bold and unique personality and has resonated with Australians everywhere, no matter what their nationality. 

    CREDITS:

    Host: Marlee Silva

    With thanks to Kristy Dickinson

    Producers: Elissa Ratliff and Amelia Navascues

    To check out Kristy Dickinson’s earrings head to https://hausofdizzy.com/

    GET IN TOUCH:

    Follow Tiddas 4 Tiddas on Instagram here... https://www.instagram.com/tiddas4tiddas/

    Call the PodPhone on 02 8999 9386.

    Email the show at podcast@mamamia.com.au

    Tiddas 4 Tiddas is a podcast by Mamamia. Find more shows here...https://www.mamamia.com.au/podcasts/

    The Tiddas 4 Tiddas artwork is made possible by Call Time on Melanoma and artist Keely Silva.

    Support the show.

    • 23 min.
    Dr June Oscar Has A Job No Indigenous Woman Has Had Before

    Dr June Oscar Has A Job No Indigenous Woman Has Had Before

    When Dr. June Oscar was 18, she worked as a typist for the Aboriginal Legal Services in Western Australia. It was in that small office in Derby as she was typing up a document about an Aboriginal stockman who'd been mistreated by white station workers she decided she was going to change the way white Australia treated her people.

    And from that moment, she’s done just that.

    Dr. June is the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner for the Australian Human Rights Commission. She’s the first Aboriginal woman to hold that role, and the story of how she got there from a cattle station in Fitzroy Crossing, Western Australia is inspiring.

    Here's Dr. June Oscar...

    Host: Marlee Silva

    With thanks to Dr. June Oscar

    Producers: Elissa Ratliff and Amelia Navascues

    GET IN TOUCH:

    Follow Tiddas 4 Tiddas on Instagram here... https://www.instagram.com/tiddas4tiddas/

    Call the PodPhone on 02 8999 9386.

    Email the show at podcast@mamamia.com.au

    Tiddas 4 Tiddas is a podcast by Mamamia. Find more shows here...https://www.mamamia.com.au/podcasts/

    The Tiddas 4 Tiddas artwork is made possible by Call Time on Melanoma and artist Keely Silva.

    Support the show.

    • 43 min.
    Tara June Winch: From A House With No Books To Bestselling Author

    Tara June Winch: From A House With No Books To Bestselling Author

    When Tara June Winch was 23 she'd already published her first novel, Swallow The Air. Not only did that book launch her writing career it became an English text for school syllabuses all over the country that's still used to this day.

    Tara has won a David Unaipon Award and a Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for her writing which depicts the incredible influence of the land. Her latest novel The Yield was released earlier this year and it's an ode to the Wiradjuri language.

    Tara now lives in France with her 13-year-old daughter Lila and her husband and in this conversation with Marlee Silva, she reflects on how travel plays an important role in her life as well as how it's influenced her writing.

    Here’s Tara June Winch...

    CREDITS:

    Host: Marlee Silva

    With thanks to Tara June Winch

    Producers: Elissa Ratliff and Amelia Navascues

    You can purchase Tara’s latest book “The Yield” from any good book store or online: https://www.penguin.com.au/books/yield-the-9780143785750

    GET IN TOUCH:

    Follow Tiddas 4 Tiddas on Instagram here... https://www.instagram.com/tiddas4tiddas/

    Call the PodPhone on 02 8999 9386.

    Email the show at podcast@mamamia.com.au

    Tiddas 4 Tiddas is a podcast by Mamamia. Find more shows here...https://www.mamamia.com.au/podcasts/

    The Tiddas 4 Tiddas artwork is made possible by Call Time on Melanoma and artist Keely Silva.

    Support the show.

    • 30 min.
    Barbie-Lee Kirby Wants To Lift The Women Around Her Up

    Barbie-Lee Kirby Wants To Lift The Women Around Her Up

    Brewarrina is a town of fewer than 2000 people in north-west NSW and is famous as the home of the oldest surviving human-made structure in the world, the Brewarrina fish traps.

    Expected to be around 40 thousand years old, the resilient and innovative fish traps personify the town and the people it raises. One of those people is Barbie-Lee Kirby.

    Meanwhile, in 2016, at the annual CareerTrackers gala dinner, a man by the name of Alan Joyce presented an award for Intern of the Year.

    Before he read the winners name, he stood in front of the packed room and confidently announced: “ If a gay Irish man can be the CEO of QANTAS, then so can an Aboriginal woman.“ Moments later, Barbie emerged on stage to resounding applause.

    And her excellence certainly didn’t end on that night.

    Since then, Barbie has gone on to be an employee of Qantas, she’s a board member for the National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy (NASCA) and the Founder of We Pledge: an initiative that connects Aboriginal high school girls in Brewarrina with other Indigenous female professionals who are working in a range of fields across the corporate, government and non-profit sector.

    Here’s Barbie Lee Kirby….



    CREDITS:


    Host: Marlee Silva

    With thanks to Barbie-Lee Kirby

    Producers:  Elissa Ratliff and Amelia Navascues

    To find out more about We Pledge, head to https://wepledge.weebly.com/ 

    GET IN TOUCH:

    Follow Tiddas 4 Tiddas on Instagram here... https://www.instagram.com/tiddas4tiddas/

    Call the PodPhone on 02 8999 9386.

    Email the show at podcast@mamamia.com.au

    Tiddas 4 Tiddas is a podcast by Mamamia. Find more shows here...https://www.mamamia.com.au/podcasts/

    The Tiddas 4 Tiddas artwork is made possible by Call Time on Melanoma and artist Keely Silva.

    Support the show.

    • 32 min.

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