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Deaths In Custody

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30 July 2015

Amy McQuire marks the first year anniversary of Julieka Dhu with a focus on black deaths in custody. Miss Dhu was a 22-year-old Yamitji woman who died in custody on August 4 last year. Her family are still waiting for answers. We spoke to her uncle Shaun Harris, and Yuin academic Amanda Porter about Julieka’s case, and why Aboriginal people are still dying in custody, more than two decades after the Royal Commission.

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Chris Graham

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29 July 2015

Chris Graham is the owner and editor of New Matilda. He is the former managing editor of Tracker magazine and the National Indigenous Times, was the Associate Producer of John Pilger’s documentary Utopia, and is a Walkley Award and Human Rights Award winning journalist.

 Link:

https://newmatilda.com/

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Kaava and Teila Watson

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28 July 2015

Tiga Bayles and Amy McQuire catch up with Kaava & Teila Watson, to talk about their dad Uncle Ross Watson’s River Story.

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World Hepatitis Day 2015

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27 July 2015

Karen Dorante talks with Jodie Walton from Hepatitis Queensland, Caleb Meredith and Wally Anderson from Queensland Health and Samantha White from Hepatitis Queensland for World Hepatitis Day on July 28th.

http://www.hepqld.asn.au/news-media-a-events/world-hepatitis-day-2015

 

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Priscilla Collins

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24 July 2015

Priscilla Collins, CEO of the Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA).

Link:  http://www.naaja.org.au/

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Family Violence

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23 July 2015

Aboriginal women are 34 times more likely to be victims of family violence than non-Indigenous women. Amy McQuire puts a spotlight on the issue through the voices of several strong Aboriginal women – Safe House employees Yvonne Sampi and Berndette Angus and Aboriginal traumatologist Judy Atkinson.

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Professor Ted Wilkes

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22 July 2015

Professor Ted Wilkes board member of the Australian National Advisory Council on Alcohol and Drugs speaks with Amy McQuire and Tiga Bayles.

http://www.ausgovboards.gov.au/boards/australian-national-advisory-council-alcohol-and-drugs-anacad

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Lara Watson

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21 July 2015

Tiga Bayles and Amy McQuire speak with Lara Watson, Cultural Organiser for the Construction, Forestry, Mining & Energy Union (CFMEU).

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Dr Woolombi Waters

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20 July 2015

Dr Woolombi Waters is a Kamilaroi man and writer and lecturer at Griffith University.

 

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Acacia Ridge NAIDOC Family Fun Day

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17 July 2015

Live Broadcast from the Murri School who are hosting the Acacia Ridge NAIDOC Family Fun Day.

http://www.murrischool.com/

http://www.naidoc.org.au/event/acacia-ridge-naidoc-family-fun-day

 

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Trudie Broderick and Kiera Ladner

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16 July 2015

Trudie Broderick and Kiera Ladner discuss constitutional recognition and reconciliation for Canada’s First Nation s Peoples.

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Elaine Crombie

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15 July 2015

Actress and singer Elain Crombie joins Tiga Bayles and Amy McQuire.  Elaine is best known for her work in Redfern Now and 8MMM.

http://www.elainecrombie.com/

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Bruce Pascoe

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14 July 2015

Bruce Pascoe, a Bunurong man, is a member of the Wathaurong Aboriginal Co-operative of southern Victoria, and an awarding winning Australian writer, editor, and anthologist.

Author of Dark Emu and contributor to The Intervention anthology.

http://www.fnawn.com.au/the-intervention-anthology-released-june-2015/

 

 

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Sam Jeffries

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13 July 2015

Sam Jeffries – Independant Chair of  Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly

Link: http://www.mpra.com.au/

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Radio NAIDOC

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08 July 2015

Tiga Bayles is joined by co-hosts Amy McQuire, Shea Spierings and Steven Oliver for a special day of broadcasts by First Nations stations. Link: https://www.cbaa.org.au/article/radio-naidoc-special-broadcast-8-july-2015

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Noel Pearson

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07 July 2015

Noel Pearson is a lawyer, academic, land rights activist and founder of the Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership, an organisation promoting the economic and social development of Cape York.

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Shea Spierings

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06 July 2015

Shea Spierings is UN Youth Rep 2015 and IUIH Deadly Choices ambassador.

Links:

https://unyouth.org.au/2015/02/shea-spierings-un-youth-rep-2015/

http://www.iuih.org.au/

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Tammy Solenec

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03 July 2015

Tammy Solonec  - Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Manager with Amnesty International

Link: http://www.amnesty.org.au/indigenous-rights/

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Maureen O’Donnell

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01 July 2015

Maureen O’Donnell is a Barkintji Wiljakali elder who is talking to Tiga Bayles about the Barkindji native title claim.

Links:

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-02-11/barkindji-native-title-claim-probably-the-largest-in-nsw/6084726

http://www.dtp.unsw.edu.au/ms-maureen-odonnell

 

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Mitch Torres

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30 June 2015

Tiga talks to Broome based film maker and activist Mitch Torres.

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