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Peace and Blessing We here at A.O.A.R are a platform for African-Americans (Aka Aboriginies of Turtle Island) To unify up under our Hidden true history. Share info, Teaching, Connecting our resoures etc. We refuse to play Youtube games. This station is Bold, Direct, Honest and openminded to universal Knowledge long it leads to solutions. To OUR conditions here in America. Every So called blacks are welcome if you willing to ĺearn the truth of your history. Support this podcast: https://ancho ...
 
The Storyteller is a 15-minute weekly radio broadcast and podcast featuring true stories from Native American - First Nations people across North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Don't be fooled, this is not some religious, feel good program. This is real life. It's raw, direct and personal. If you're tired of the way things are, or wonder if there really is hope for something better, you may want to listen to some folks who understand. The Storyteller can be heard ...
 
The Road To Your Name Podcast series grew out of a program started by Aboriginal Legal Services (ALS) in 2016 that helped people going through the justice system and their families to strengthen and deepen their cultural connections. Host, Lisa VanEvery, examines many aspects of Haudenosaunee culture and teachings with a wide range of guests.
 
Community Conversations is a new podcast — it’s a series of yarns with mob hosted by Paul Stewart (Stewy) a Taungurong man. Community Conversations exists to further elevate First Nations voices and causes and is an opportunity to discover and understand more about our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community who generously share their stories about who they are and what they stand for.
 
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A daily news show from the publisher of The Monthly and The Saturday Paper. Hear from the country’s best reporters, covering the news as it affects Australia. This is news with narrative, every weekday.
 
Keep Rolling is hitting all sorts of topics from music, sport, disability, aboriginality, technology, the environment, society, culture, comedy, health, reviews and so on. Come along for the ride. Follow and Contact me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/street_rolling_cheetah/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/St_RollCheetah Email: streetrollingcheetah@gmail.com
 
Holding onto Hope is a podcast series from Lifeline Australia, in which people who have come through the darkness of suicidality share the connection that gave them hope to continue living. Each participant shares their story with the aim of helping those who are struggling and those who may be supporting them.Please note that suicidality and its contributing factors are discussed and may have a triggering effect. If you experience emotional distress as a result of listening, please reach ou ...
 
Lidia Thorpe is a proud Djabwurrung Gunnai Gunditjmara woman, a human rights, climate, and forest activist; a mother, grandmother and survivor of family violence. She is the first Aboriginal Federal Senator for Victoria. In this podcast Senator Lidia Thorpe yarns with First Nations Elders and Activists about the injustices facing First Nations people and importantly, the solutions and opportunities that can come from self determination through the right policy.
 
This book describes Canada from the beginning of existence to its first European discoverers and includes a brief history of the aboriginal people. These little books were designed to cover Canadian history in a scholarly and readable fashion.
 
This podcast series is a celebration of strength, resilience and cultural pride…. as told by the Yued community of Moora. Narrated by Cyndy Moody and Daniel Hansen, this collection of stories was collected during Community Arts Networks Place Names project which explores the meanings of Noongar places. These playful, poignant and precious stories are our nation’s hidden histories and remind us that this always was and always will be, Aboriginal land. WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Isl ...
 
A weekly Asian & Pacific folklore podcast. Join Kamuela Kaneshiro as he shares tales of people, traditions, and gods from Pacific Island countries, Asia, Australia, and the Americas. These stories influenced films, Marvel and DC comic books, Disney movies, Netflix series, TV shows, and books. Episodes include a featured song, and Hawaiian word. www.LegendsFromThePacific.com
 
WELCOME TO INDIAN & COWBOY Indian & Cowboy is an independent Indigenous media company that creates, produces & publishes Indigenous media projects across multiple platforms on the internet & for broadcast media. We are rooted firmly at the intersection between digital media art, podcasting & Indigenous Storytelling. We aim to disrupt, engage & empower. These are our stories.
 
Songlines are ancient energy lines that run between places, animals and people, criss-crossing the entire Australian continent. Far more than just navigational pathways, songlines contain vast amounts of knowledge and information in Aboriginal society. Come travel the multi-dimensional songlines and learn about the real history of Australia and the world's oldest continuing ancient culture.
 
The Strength of Us Podcast is a celebration of diversity, inclusion, community and charity. Issues we discuss include mental health, LGBTQIA+ issues, parenting & separation, domestic abuse and relationships, ethical practices, cultural matters and more.The Strength of Us is a platform for people to share their lived experience so that others may learn and never feel alone. It also promotes charities, companies and individuals who actively contribute to making the world a better place. All ep ...
 
RezBirds is a team of four Indigenous men that are tackling the hard hitting issues of modern society with eloquent lunacy. If you like deep issues but would rather they went off the deep end than into an ivory tower, then this podcast is a must listen. The team uses adult language and themes and it is not a PG program. Listener discretion is advised.
 
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Welcome to the NSW Aboriginal Land Council’s ‘A Cuppa and a Yarn’ Podcast! Each week NSWALC sits down for a Cuppa and a Yarn with members of the Land Rights network, its supporters and contributors to Australia’s rich cultural history. You’ll laugh, cry and be inspired by each individual tale as we delve into the big issues, history and the personal journeys of our incredible guests.
 
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In the tradition of Zelensky of Ukraine, another funny man rises to the call. Is he up to the challenge? Of course, he is an Outlaw. Will he win hearts and minds? Absolutely, all fall in love. Will he buy signs? Nope. The Aboriginal Outlaws, Comedians, Charmers, ne'er-do-well, scofflaws, anarchists, and now... Tribal Chief. Yes, Vote for Joshua, be…
 
As Australia prepares to elect its 31st Prime Minister and next federal government, there’s a proportion of people under represented in that vote. Indigenous enrolment remains lower than the rest of the population, particularly in remote areas, like parts of the Northern Territory. A complaint lodged with the Human Rights Commission alleges that th…
 
7.15 am Jacob speaks with Terence Humphries and Jade Winter from LGBTQIA+ youth services provider Twenty10 about the incidence of homelessness among trans people and how we can create a safe society to protect our community. 7.30am Ella speaks with Susan Goldie, the National Lead for End of Life Strategy at CCNB Limited Community Care and Wellbeing…
 
A simple policy change to allow camping on public land -- Crown river frontages -- has become a divisive issue among farmers and recreational fishers. Fishers say it's public land and everyone should be allowed to enjoy it. But the sites in question are licensed to nearby farmers for livestock grazing. Farmers are worried about the impact of the ca…
 
What happens when the cause you’ve dedicated your life to, turns into something you can no longer support? That’s the question Fred Chaney, the former deputy leader of the Liberal Party, has had to confront this election. Now, he’s hoping people like his niece, who is running as an Independent in Western Australia, can teach the major parties a les…
 
Learn about the sharks' influence on Hawaiian culture. Featured Song: "Koali" by Keali'i Reichel, courtesy of HI*Sessions Join our email list https://legendsfromthepacific.ck.page/32ca50bd23 *We respect your privacy. We will not share your email. You can unsubscribe at any time. Visit our store: https://legendsfromthepacific.com/store Theme Song: "…
 
HeadlinesPolitical and economic crisis worsens in Sri Lanka Nakba last Sunday! (PT can speak about Naarm event)Racially motivated shooting in Buffalo, NY Death of LGBTIQA+ activist Urvashi Vaid The Sunday Paper #2 Only Indigenous support in Blue Mountains facing closure Election this SaturdayWe replay 3CR's Raising our Voices Susan Arthur and Heath…
 
On the weekend, the Coalition launched its campaign, just six days before the election. The centrepiece of the launch was a new housing policy, which it promises will help more young people to buy a home, by allowing them to take money out of their superannuation. But will the scheme really help new home buyers or is it too little, too late? Today,…
 
On election night, the Melbourne seat of Kooyong could be one of the most fiercely contested in the country. The Treasurer of Australia, Josh Frydenberg, is facing what he’s described as the fight of his political life. His opponent was virtually unknown to most Australians a few months ago, but now polls show she has a chance at victory. So who is…
 
With just one week to go until election day the debate over the minimum wage has taken the spotlight. And the polls are showing some Coalition strongholds are at risk of falling. So what can we glean about how Labor and the Coalition are gearing up for the final days of the campaign, and should we trust the polls this time around? Today, to analyse…
 
We'd love to hear what you think about The Conversation Weekly. Please let us know via our listener survey, which should take about five minutes to complete. Thank you! Parents and doctors have known about childhood ADHD – attention deficit hyperactivity disorder – for decades, but it is only recently that the medical field has started to recognise…
 
Harold R. Johnson is the author of several books including Peace and Good Order: The Case for Indigenous Justice in Canada (2019). He has written both fiction and non-fiction. On this episode he talks about his perspective of the justice system formed from a career working within it. Since this recording, Harold has gone on his journey to the Skywo…
 
Last week we put a call out online for artists to contribute a poem or story on the theme of motherhood. Thank you to everyone who sent in their work! There were too many contributions to fit into one Spoken Word show, so it's been split into two episodes.This first episode features readings by Astrid/Brownsugababe, Caddy Callaghan, Rebecca Louise …
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// On last week’s Friday Breakfast show Chloe and Jacob spoke with Joey, who is detained at Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation or MITA, about Section 501 of the Migration Act. This Act allows the government visa cancellation powers, and Joey discusses how the present government has been using these pro…
 
My thoughts on how the system "works". https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/alberta/article-albertas-top-court-rules-ottawas-environmental-assessment-law-is/ https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/22/world/canada/canada-indigenous-journalist-arrests.html https://bc.ctvnews.ca/indigenous-land-defender-sentenced-to-jail-time-over-trans-mountain-pipeline-p…
 
When Australia heads to the polls in a couple of weeks, 1 in 5 Indigenous people who are eligible to vote won’t be enrolled and won’t be able to cast a ballot. 60 years after First Nations people won the right to vote in Australia, why is access to democracy still a challenge? Today, producer for 7am Ruby Schwartz travels to remote Australia to fin…
 
For our eighth 'MINI' INDIGENA of the season, MI regular Kim TallBear (professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta) and special guest January Rogers (Mohawk/Tuscarora poet, author, and media producer from Six Nations of the Grand River) join host/producer Rick Harp via the Callin app to discuss: i) Jacqueline Keeler’s re…
 
Celebrate our official 100th episode with the Japanese ritual of 100 stories. Featured Song: "Mystery" by Tavana, courtesy of HI*Sessions Join our email list https://legendsfromthepacific.ck.page/32ca50bd23 *We respect your privacy. We will not share your email. You can unsubscribe at any time. Visit our store: https://legendsfromthepacific.com/sto…
 
Headlines- Philippines elections - Foreigners in Bali criticised by Hindus over offensive social media posts- Sri Lankan President resigns Dr Susie Allanson and Lizzie O'Shea speak with Evie about their book Empowering Women, which is an oral history of abortion rights in Australia. You can attend the book launch, or order the book here. Dr Tania P…
 
The latest leaders debate has been described as “messy” and a “joke” by observers. There’s one more debate to go before the election — but it won’t be hosted by the public broadcaster, the ABC — despite the organisation’s best efforts. In fact, the ABC has been effectively sidelined, as the rocky relationship between the government and the national…
 
When a disaster strikes it's amazing to see the number of people who are ready to lend a helping hand. Neighbours saving neighbours, community-run relief centres, and fund raisers. These spontaneous volunteers have proven essential in the aftermath. So how do we support that unofficial support network? In part 2 of Disaster Country we’re going to l…
 
Floods, fires, drought, and blistering heat have always been a part of Australian life. But, with rising global temperatures, are they getting worse? Are Black Summer and the floods in Queensland and northern NSW just a taste of what’s to come? Prime Minister Scott Morrison declared during a tour of the Northern Rivers in March that “Australia is g…
 
This special Doin’ Time program is the second part in a shining yearly tribute to the much-loved and honourable Uncle Ray Jackson, who died on April 23 2015.Uncle Ray was a Wiradjuri warrior who dedicated his life to fighting for justice and human rights for Aboriginal people affected by the so-called criminal justice system, and all people affecte…
 
Sometimes the contest for a single seat can be about more than who wins. Hunter is just that; it’s a seat that spans some of Australia’s oldest coal mines, and the questions in Hunter have huge consequences for us all. How seriously we are taking the climate crisis, how quickly we can transition to renewable energy and whether workers in these indu…
 
Context and reading of this oft-referred to Declaration. The results of this Proclamation were widespread and long-lasting. http://www.jamessmithcreenation.com/downloads/ROYAL%20PROCLAMATION%201763.pdf https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/royal-proclamation-of-1763#:~:text=The%20Royal%20Proclamation%20of%201763%20was%20issued%20by,to%2…
 
Friends, Fams, Followers, and Fans, step right up and drop in your quarter for the latest episode of The Aboriginal Outlaws Podcast, Now with extra vitamins and minerals! Today we sit down and have a chat with a special lady, the one that made our friend Wil a better man, blessed with a double-double, an interesting lady in her own right, direct fr…
 
As we close in on election day, housing affordability has become a central issue of this campaign. First, Labor announced its solution, the Help to Buy scheme and then just a few days later, the Reserve Bank increased the cash rate from its historic low of 0.1% to 0.35%. People’s mortgages are going up and it could put upward pressure on rents. So,…
 
We'd love to hear what you think about The Conversation Weekly. Please let us know via our listener survey, which should take about five minutes to complete. Thank you! When war breaks out, what does it mean for a country to remain neutral? In this episode we explore the advantages and disadvantages of neutrality – and what responsibilities come wi…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Listen back to VOX pops from Sunday’s May Day 2022 Rally with Jiselle Hanna (3CR’s Accent of Women and Asia Pacific Currents), featuring Michael from Retail and Fast Food Workers’ Union, Merri from Save Public Housing Collective, and other attendees. Find out more and listen back to 3CR’s dedicated May Day 2…
 
Adam Bandt sits down for a one-on-one interview with Ruby Jones. This election, issues the Greens have championed for years, like an integrity commission and reducing emissions, are now finding a lot of popular support. But the party finds itself at a crossroads. It’s been unable to increase the number of lower house MPs and senators it has at the …
 
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