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Smashing The Myths : Reconciliation

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07 April 2014

Breaking down the ‘Smashing The Myths‘ episode ‘Reconciliation‘ featuring Monica Morgan, Michael Mansell and Amy McQuire.

You can read more about Smashing The Myths and the episode ‘Reconciliation’ here:

James Taylor

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04 April 2014

James Taylor is author of the book Black Nationalism in the United States: From Malcolm X to Barack Obama. James is associate professor and Chair of the Department of Politics at the University of San Francisco.


Brett Leavy

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03 April 2014

Brett Leavy, General Manager of National Indigenous Radio Service (NIRS) speaking about the recent AIATSIS 50yrs Conference in Canberra


Bruce Pascoe

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02 April 2014

Author of the book ‘Dark Emu – Black Seeds : Agriculture or Accident?”


Gabi Hollows & Smashing The Myth : Fair Skin

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01 April 2014

Gabi Hollows, founding director and the driving force behind The Fred Hollows Foundation, which she set up with her husband Fred Hollows in 1992.

Smashing The Myths : Fair Skin an interview with Dr Dylan Coleman, you can hear all the interviews and more information about this here:



Judge Matthew Myers

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31 March 2014

Judge of the Federal Circuit Court speaking about the launch of the courts Reconciliation Action Plan for 2014-2016


Dr Dylan Coleman

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28 March 2014

Dylan Coleman is a Kokatha woman from the far west coast of South Australia. Lecturer at Adelaide University.

Kaurna Elder, Aunty Lynette Crocker and Patrick Burt, Lawyer at Norwood Human Rights Centre

Speaking about Dylan’s new book series “Yarning Strong : Crossing Country”



Deadly Sex Congress

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27 March 2014

Karen Dorante speaks to the Organiser & delegates of the 2014 Deadly Sex Congress held by Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC)

Tony Coburn – Organiser and Sexual Health co-ordinator at QAIHC

Milton Mossman – Sexual Health Worker at Yarrabah Health Service

Paul Neil, Yarrabah Health & Well Being officer

Aaron Tamawoy – Health Promotion Team Leader at the Bamaga Family Resource Centre




Irene Watson

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19 March 2014

Irene Watson is a Tanganekald and Meintangk woman. Professor in Aboriginal Studies at the University of Adelaide. Irene was awarded an ARC Indigenous Discovery Award, The ARC fellowship enables my work on the project titled: Indigenous Knowledge: Law, Society and the State.

Chris Graham

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17 March 2014

Freelance Journalist of Tracker Magazine and ‘Chris Graham At Large

Carol Lloyd & Naomi Summers & Jody Currie

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14 March 2014

Carol Lloyd  is Queensland’s very own original “Rock Chick,” a singer/songwriter well known since her work as lead singer of 70s blues rock outfit Railroad Gin.

Naomi Summers

Sydney born and raised in Brisbane, Naomi has been involved in music since a young age. She is a Badtjala woman from the Fraser Coast Region. Naomi is a singer, songwriter and pianist.

Jody Currie, at IUIH speaking about the new Brisbane venue “The Watch House” at Bowen Hills.

The Institute For Urban Indigenous Health is proud to present An intimate night with Carol Lloyd, Saturday March 22 at the Watch House, 4 Cintra Road Bowen Hills.

Tickets $50 (incl GST) available at QTIX


Watch the Let’s Talk Treaty discussion


10 March 2014


Let’s Talk Treaty panelists include, Wayne Butcher, Monica Morgan, Warren Mundine & Nicole Watson, hosted by Tiga Bayles.

We all know Yothu Yindi’s hit song Treaty. But what is Treaty? When it comes to relations between Indigenous peoples and colonial powers, treaties are simply formal agreements that set down the terms and conditions by which two or more groups can coexist. The British Empire signed treaties with many of the tribes of Americas, and the Maori of New Zealand. But no treaty was ever signed with the First Nations here.

Let’s Talk Treaty from BIMA

Triple A Training Students

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07 March 2014

Triple A Training students, Ned, Tanamara, Tyeesha and Doreen speak about their training and what they have learnt.

Monica Morgan

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06 March 2014

Yorta Yorta woman Monica Morgan.

Gerry Georgatos

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03 March 2014

Co-Editor of The Stringer, Journalist and First Nations Rights Advocate. Gerry speaks about the continuing increasing rate of suicides in the First Nations community and his recent trip to communities with Warren Mundine and Nigel Scullion.

Gerry recently spoke outside Redfern Police Station during the T.J Hickey Rally.



Anita Heiss

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28 February 2014

Anita Heiss speaking about her new book “Tiddas”


Clancestry Conversations : Making & Meanings of Black Stories on Screen

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25 February 2014

A replay of the panel of leading writers, producers and performers as they engage in the makings and meanings of black stories on our screens. From Boney to Redfern Now, this is a conversation you don’t want to miss.

Panellists: Ursula Yovich, Rachael Maza, Angelina Hurley, Wayne Denning and Jimi Bani.
Chair: Rhoda Roberts

Clancestry Conversation : Contested Stories, Forgotten War

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24 February 2014

A replay of the QPAC Clancestry Conversation “Contested Stories.. Forgotten War”it will explore the contested story contained within Henry Reynolds’ latest book, Forgotten War.

Panelists: Henry Reynolds, Dr Sandra Phillips, Anthony Dillon, Fiona Foley and Helen Carrick


Live from Clancestry

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21 February 2014

Live broadcast from Clancestry at South Bank Cultural Forecort. Guests

Deb Murphy, QPAC programming director

Troy Cassar-Daley, Song Circle – Yarns in Song

Ruth Ghee, guest curator for Clancestry

Rhoda Roberts, guest curator for Clancestry



Clancestry Conversations : Big Story, Little Story

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20 February 2014

Every nation produces narratives about itself that speak to its sense of identity and nationhood. In the Australian context, there is an array of national narratives that purport to tell us something about the relationship between Indigenous and non- Indigenous Australians. But do these big stories speak to us in the same way? What did the national apology mean to you? Did one woman’s 400m gold medal run mean more to Indigenous Australians than thousands of people walking across a bridge or the PM losing her shoe? Big Story, Little Story invites us to consider how Australia’s big national narratives meet the everyday life experiences of Indigenous Australians. Hosted by Wesley Enoch, our eclectic panel share with us their personal reflections to illuminate the stories underneath these national narratives. Join the conversation and explore both the stories produced for and by Indigenous Australians.

Panellists: Uncle Graham Brady, Kaylah Truth, Matilda Bani and Shane Drahm



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