Politics, arts and culture from a range of Indigenous perspectives.
The Children Of The Intervention: Is the Youth Justice System Failing them?
Controversial changes to youth bail laws in the Northern Territory have been widely condemned by Aboriginal Legal and Children's rights groups.
The Journey Home: Reconciliation Through Repatriation
How can the repatriation of sacred Indigenous objects and ancestral remains contribute to the reconciliation process?
The Pursuit of Justice
As the coronial inquest into the 2016 death in custody of Wayne Fella Morrison continued in Adelaide this past week, his family continue to push for a ban on the use of spit-hoods in carceral institutions.
Anita Heiss is an award winning author, her books include fiction and non-fiction titles including Barbed Wire and Cherry Blossoms, Tiddas, Am I Black Enough For You, I’m not Racist But, and Growing up Aboriginal.
Surviving New England
Callum Clayton Dixon is a linguist, an historian and a founding member of the Anaiwan Language Revival Program.
Literature, Language & Cultural Revitalisation
In recent years Aboriginal Elders, Scholars and Historians have undertaken the arduous task of revitalising language, and on this episode we celebrate two Authors undertaking that process through the use of contemporary literature.
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This podcast is really interesting, and it's helped me learn a lot about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues from their own perspective.