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A podcast about Blak Sovereignty. A space for us to listen up to our mob, our First Nations voices across the country, and explore what blak leadership and decolonise mean.

DECOLONISE decolonise

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A podcast about Blak Sovereignty. A space for us to listen up to our mob, our First Nations voices across the country, and explore what blak leadership and decolonise mean.

    DECOLONISE. EP07 Yarnin with Gurridyula

    DECOLONISE. EP07 Yarnin with Gurridyula

    A podcast about Blak Sovereignty. In our seventh episode we're yarnin with Gurridyula, an epic warrior and custodian standing for the reoccupation of land at Waddananggu to protect culture. As original sovereign people of a vast area of unceded land in the Galilee Basin in Central Western "Queensland", Waddananggu is standing to protect land and water from Adani's Carmichael coal mine that is interfering with ancient lore and custom.
    Our lands everywhere are hurting, and we are being called on urgently to ignite this healing process. Our lands need to be well for our people to be well. Our ancestors are waking us up and we are responding.
    Decolonise is about the wellbeing of everyone: Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous. We all need to take part. It’s time to Decolonise. Time to unsettle the settler. Time for our internal revolution.
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    CREDITS
    Executive Producer: Jaja DareEdit & Sound Mix: Josh CoomMusic: Rise of the Phoenix. Gurridyula
    Sound Engineer: Melissa Hunt. Recorded and produced on Bundjalung First Nations sacred lands in collab with Koori Mail. Follow Koori Mail for all the latest Blak News. 
    Mad thanks to brother Gurridyula for his courage and insight. Suss him on INSTA and find out more about Waddananggu.
    We acknowledge the lands on which we live and work, cared for by our traditional custodians for 80,000+ years. We move together against the continuing genocide and colonisation of our peoples. Our sovereignty was never ceded. We endow deep respect to the bloodlines of this country.
    About Decolonise // spearheaded by Wiradjuri woman and creative powerhouse with an aptitude for innovation, Jaja is ablaze with the exploration of how we move forward in the continuing invasion. Working with mob across our countries to decolonise, addressing the systemic racism that continues to perpetuate trauma for our peoples and lands. Truth telling is an epic part of decolonising. The system is cracking and it is up to all of us to listen deeply. It is time to evolve into what is not only possible, but necessary.
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    For more info check decolonise.com.au or follow on INSTA.
    © Jaja Dare 2023

    • 58 min
    DECOLONISE. EP06 Yarnin with Ella Noah Bancroft

    DECOLONISE. EP06 Yarnin with Ella Noah Bancroft

    A podcast about Blak Sovereignty. In our sixth episode we yarn with Ella Noah Bancroft, a deep-hearted descendant of the Bundjalung peoples and blood lines to Scotland and England. 
    Passionate about rewilding the world and the feminine force, Ella is an artist, published author, mentor, consultant and founder of The Returning >> advocating for the environment, social justice and system change. 
    Our lands everywhere are hurting, and we are being called on urgently to ignite this healing process. Our lands need to be well for our people to be well. Our ancestors are waking us up and we are responding.
    Decolonise is about the wellbeing of everyone: Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous. We all need to take part. It’s time to Decolonise. Time to unsettle the settler. Time for our internal revolution.
    __________________________
    CREDITS
    Executive Producer: Jaja DareEdit & Sound Mix: Josh CoomMusic: Colours of My People. NidalaSound Engineer: Melissa Hunt. Recorded and produced on Bundjalung First Nations sacred lands in collab with Koori Mail.
    We acknowledge the lands on which we live and work, cared for by our traditional custodians for 80,000+ years. We move together against the continuing genocide and colonisation of our peoples. Our sovereignty was never ceded. We endow deep respect to the bloodlines of this country.
    About Decolonise // spearheaded by Wiradjuri woman and creative powerhouse with an aptitude for innovation, Jaja is ablaze with the exploration of how we move forward in the continuing invasion. Working with mob across our countries to decolonise, addressing the systemic racism that continues to perpetuate trauma for our peoples and lands. Truth telling is an epic part of decolonising. The system is cracking and it is up to all of us to listen deeply. It is time to evolve into what is not only possible, but necessary.
    Follow Ella Noah Bancroft and Koori Mail for all the latest Blak News 
    The Eagle and the Condor
    The Doctrine of Discovery 
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    For more info check decolonise.com.au or follow on INSTA.
    © Jaja Dare 2023

    • 48 min
    DECOLONISE. EP05 Yarnin with Jimmy Kyle

    DECOLONISE. EP05 Yarnin with Jimmy Kyle

    A podcast about Blak Sovereignty. In our fifth episode we yarn with Jimmy Kyle, a mad Thungutti brother, frontman of the band Chasing Ghosts. and Author at IndigenousX. You will often see Jimmy repping a tshirt that says “Teach Blak History.
    Our lands everywhere are hurting, and we are being called on urgently to ignite this healing process. Our lands need to be well for our people to be well. Our ancestors are waking us up and we are responding.
    Decolonise is about the wellbeing of everyone: Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous. We all need to take part. It’s time to Decolonise. Time to unsettle the settler. Time for our internal revolution.
    __________________________
    CREDITS
    Executive Producer: Jaja DareEdit & Sound Mix: Josh CoomMusic: Dig // Chasing Ghosts + Summer // Chasing Ghosts+ Blak Matriarchy // Barkaa + Strongest Mob (ft. Craig Everett) // Denni
    Excerpt: Audio from the Chasing Ghosts ‘Homelands Colonies’ tour in Tarndanya 2022.
    Recorded and produced on First Nations sacred lands known as Kaurna.
    We acknowledge the lands on which we live and work, cared for by our traditional custodians for 80,000+ years. We move together against the continuing genocide and colonisation of our peoples. Our sovereignty was never ceded. We endow deep respect to the bloodlines of this country.
    About Decolonise // spearheaded by Wiradjuri woman and creative powerhouse with an aptitude for innovation, Jaja is ablaze with the exploration of how we move forward in the continuing invasion. Working with mob across our countries to decolonise, addressing the systemic racism that continues to perpetuate trauma for our peoples and lands. Truth telling is an epic part of decolonising. The system is cracking and it is up to all of us to listen deeply. It is time to evolve into what is not only possible, but necessary.----more----
    For more info check decolonise.com.au
    Decolonise is a self-funded project.
    © Jaja Dare 2022

    • 48 min
    DECOLONISE. EP04 Yarnin with Boe Spearim

    DECOLONISE. EP04 Yarnin with Boe Spearim

    A podcast about Blak Sovereignty. In our fourth episode we yarn with Boe Spearim,  a proud Gamilaraay and Kooma brother on a deep journey thru his work as a broadcaster and the voice behind the Frontier War Stories, revealing the truth of the traumas that are still living out on our lands.
    Our lands everywhere are hurting, and we are being called on urgently to ignite this healing process. Our lands need to be well for our people to be well. Our ancestors are waking us up and we are responding.
    Decolonise is about the wellbeing of everyone: Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous. We all need to take part. It’s time to Decolonise. Time to unsettle the settler. Time for our internal revolution.
    __________________________
    CREDITS
    Executive Producer: Jaja DareCo-Producer: Megan SpencerEdit & Sound Mix: Josh CoomMusic: Still Standing // Kobie DeeSpecial thanks to the Perkins fam + the National Film & Sound Archive // for the use of the audio segment from NFSA's Australian Biography Series - Charles Perkins.
    Recorded on Bundjalung. Produced on Kaurna.
    We acknowledge the lands on which we live and work, cared for by our traditional custodians for 80,000+ years. We move together against the continuing genocide and colonisation of our peoples. Our sovereignty was never ceded. We endow deep respect to the bloodlines of this country.
    About Decolonise // spearheaded by Wiradjuri woman and creative powerhouse with an aptitude for innovation, Jaja is ablaze with the exploration of how we move forward from the continuing invasion. Working with mob across our countries to decolonise, addressing the systemic racism that continues to perpetuate trauma for our peoples and lands. Truth telling is an epic part of decolonising. The system is cracking and it is up to all of us to listen deeply. It is time to evolve into what is not only possible, but necessary.----more----
    For more info check decolonise.com.au
    Decolonise is a self-funded project.
    © Jaja Dare 2022

    • 23 min
    DECOLONISE. EP03 Yarnin with Barkaa

    DECOLONISE. EP03 Yarnin with Barkaa

    A podcast about Blak Sovereignty. In our third episode we yarn with Barkaa, a proud Wiimpatya, Barkindji, Malyangapa, Noongu powerhouse sister cutting a fresh voice from Blacktown, Darug. Barkaa shares the motivation behind her killer heart-driven lyrics. A mother of three and backed by a potent blak matriarchy, she allows insight to her vision.
    Our lands everywhere are hurting, and we are being called on urgently to ignite this healing process. Our lands need to be well for our people to be well. Our ancestors are waking us up and we are responding.
    Decolonise is about the wellbeing of everyone: Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous. We all need to take part. It’s time to Decolonise. Time to unsettle the settler. Time for our internal revolution.
    __________________________
    CREDITS
    Executive Producer: Jaja DareProducer: Megan SpencerEdit & Sound Mix: Megan SpencerMusic: For My Tittas – Barkaa & I Can’t Breathe – Dobby feat. Barkaa.
    Additional audio from Barkaa Instagram video
    Recorded and produced on First Nations sacred lands.
    Thanks to Jez Conlon for audio wizardry.
    We acknowledge the lands on which we live and work, cared for by our traditional custodians for 80,000+ years. We move together against the continuing genocide and colonisation of our peoples. Our sovereignty was never ceded. We endow deep respect to the bloodlines of this country.
    About Decolonise // spearheaded by Wiradjuri woman and creative powerhouse with an aptitude for innovation, Jaja is ablaze with the exploration of how we move forward from the continuing invasion. Working with mob across our countries to decolonise, addressing the systemic racism that continues to perpetuate trauma for our peoples and lands. Truth telling is an epic part of decolonising. The system is cracking and it is up to all of us to listen deeply. It is time to evolve into what is not only possible, but necessary.
    For more info check decolonise.com.au
    Decolonise is a self-funded project.
    © Jaja Dare 2020

    • 29 min
    DECOLONISE. EP02 Yarnin with Jarmbi

    DECOLONISE. EP02 Yarnin with Jarmbi

    Black Sovereignty is in Our HandZ. In our second episode we yarn with Jarmbi, an origine custodian of the Northern Rivers from the Githabul and Ngarakbul people. Jarmbi is an active caretaker and wisdom keeper who has been working with First Nations Elders around the world for protection and healing of our MotherLandZ. He has worked deeply with movements such as Sea Shepherd and Lock the Gate Anti-Fracking to protect our countries, waters and communities.

    • 31 min

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