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Nakkiah and Miranda have conversations Australia is uncomfortable having—about sex, relationships, dating, power, and, most difficult of all, race.
 
Most readers of Stephen Leacock's works are familiar with his witty and humorous writings, but few may be aware that he was also a gifted teacher, political ideologue, economist and fiction writer. Though he wrote six books on Canadian history, none of them attained the status of a standard text on the subject and were regarded more as opinion pieces without much academic foundation. Yet, the Chronicles of Canada series by Stephen Leacock remains an interesting and entertaining read. In this ...
 
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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.
 
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In this podcast series, Voices of Vision: Yukon Aboriginal Self-Government, some of the key people who have been involved in the continuing journey of self-government and implementation share their stories in their own words.
 
Welcome to the Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace podcast! This stream is a mixture of interviews and public talks that look at how Indigenous people are engaging with digital media technology, with an emphasis on how we are envisioning alternative, Indigenously-determined futures.
 
Real Indigenist Internet Talk Radio.
 
The National Gallery of Australia is one of the world's most recently established national galleries. It opened to the public in 1982, after little more than a decade of collecting. The Gallery now holds the nation's largest and most valuable collection of art.
 
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Join the Grange TV team (Live) to discuss the pre, during and post Robert v Yoel 2 UFC Fight of the Year with the winner and still UFC Middleweight Champion Robert WhittakerBy drober57@gmail.com (GrangeTV).
 
THIS WEEK / Separation anxiety: as the U.S. catches criticism for splitting up migrant families and isolating their kids, some wonder if the concern comes off as just a little bit selective / Tipi takedown: an encampment set up near Saskatchewan's legislature in honour of stolen Indigenous youth is removed for being 'disruptive' / Right idea, w ...…
 
SUMMARY: Straight-forward spoken-word and political commentary from the @TheAngryindian on why he continues to speak-up against the rise of Democratic Fascism in North America and across the rest of the world and why you should too.EXTRAS: Listeners will be subjected to an eclectic mixture of politically progressive PSAs; international news ite ...…
 
SUMMARY: Straight-forward spoken-word and political commentary from the @TheAngryindian on why he continues to speak-up against the rise of Democratic Fascism in North America and across the rest of the world and why you should too.EXTRAS: Listeners will be subjected to an eclectic mixture of politically progressive PSAs; international news ite ...…
 
Todas las culturas tienen una historia para relatar cómo se inició el mundo. Hoy vamos a recorrer alguna de esas leyendas de los pueblos Arapaho, Selish, Zuñi, Apache, Inca, Algonquino, Pawnee, Huitoto, Cheyenne y Taíno. Estamos en iTunes y también en Uforia: https://www.univision.com/musica/uforia-on-demand/podcast-univision Si te gustan nuest ...…
 
The staunch activist grandmother she never knew has had a profound impact on Anny Druett's life.
 
palawa kani is the traditional language of Tasmania.
 
Dalisa Pigram's one-woman show Gudirr Gudirr takes its name from the messenger bird in Yawuru culture.
 
It has nothing to do with power, money or ego and everything to do with humility and emotional intelligence.
 
What is sacred leadership? Gudirr Gudirr. Word Up: Tessa Atto. Because of her: Anny Druett.
 
THIS WEEK // Survey says: We opine on a poll asking Canadians what they think should be done regarding Indigenous peoples. Statistically insignificant: The auditor general does a number on the federal government's glaring gaps in data for First Nations reserves. Doggone DNA: Think you can trust those genetic tests that tell you how 'Indian' you ...…
 
Tonight join Vince, Del and Talon Bazille ShootsTheEnemy-Ducheneaux. we call him the awesome Bazille. He is a musician, teacher, writer and all around cool dude - check him out on soundcloud. www.soundcloud.com/ReservationPavement Shé:kon and Thanks for joining Native Trailblazers! The Native Show with over a million listeners worldwide! For ov ...…
 
"I think our work unfortunately with the present government in relation to that, particularly the voice is over and done with. We can only hope that a future government might revisit that"- Dr Jackie Huggins on a national treaty framework.
 
Two little boys dancing for the first time on country at Buddabadoo in Far North Queensland are joined by the spirits of their ancestral 'Popeyes' (grandfathers). Aboriginal Elder, Aunty Lauraine Barlow shares this beautiful mystical experience with us. Aunty explains that ’Country’ is "the land, the animals, the place, the water, the sea, the ...…
 
“While Australia claims to support nuclear disarmament at the same time Australia claims that US nuclear weapons are essential for Australia’s security”.-Professor Tilman Ruff ICAN
 
Una leyenda amazónica nos cuenta que un espíritu maléfico sentenció a una niñita a convertise en un pájaro solitario. En Brasil la leyenda de la raposa y el jaguar nos deja consejos para vivir en armonía. Si los hermanos no son unidos, según una historia quechua, pueden ser separados para siempre por un rio. Estamos en iTunes y también en Ufori ...…
 
The former journalist, television newsreader and now federal politician is inspired by two women from her own family.
 
Kaytej and Pintupi are just two of the languages spoken in central Australia - a linguistically diverse part of the continent.
 
Bangarra has interpreted moments from a bestselling work of a history in their latest production Dark Emu.
 
The brutal, senseless massacre of 28 people on a pastoral station in the New South Wales northern tablelands in 1838 echoes still.
 
Remembering Myall Creek. How do you choreograph a work of history? Word Up: Apakatjah. Because of her: Malarndirri McCarthy.
 
This week—Yellowhead, Red Flags: We discuss the emergence of the Yellowhead Institute, a brand new First Nations think tank; we also look at why it's sounding the alarm over the Liberal government's 'Indigenous Rights, Recognition and Implementation Framework.' Sin of Omission: Why did the publisher of a famous Métis autobiography remove refere ...…
 
A youth team of First Nations hockey players was the victim of racist insults, war whoops and chants while competing in a Quebec City youth tournament about a week ago. The First Nation Elites Bantam AAA hockey team is comprised of First Nations hockey players aged 13-15 from Quebec, Ontario and Nova Scotia. Tonight we will talk with team manag ...…
 
A Man Called Yarra with (Robert Hillman) is the story of Stan Yarramunua. He's an artist, musician, actor, social worker and businessman. Stan and his brother and sisters grew up in Swan Hill, Victoria. For most of his childhood he spent his days following his father around from city to town, living on the road and the streets. Life was about s ...…
 
On Thursday June 7th 2018 The Advancing the Treaty Process with Aboriginal Victorians Bill 2018 was passed in the lower house on the Kulin Nation. The Advancing the Treaty Process with Aboriginal Victorians Bill 2018 is tabled for the Legislative Assembly mid July. Amendment's were negotiated by Gundijtmara Gunai Green's MP Lidia Thorpe and the ...…
 
Since the 1960s, the Yolngu artists of Australia’s tropical north have wielded art and culture to win legal and political rights. They’ve been abetted in this quest by white people embedded in the community. Anthropologist Howard Morphy and art centre manager Will Stubbs reflect on these remarkable milestones.…
 
When Curtain the Podcast began, we asked the question 'How many Indigenous prisoners in Australia are innocent?". Today we discuss the case of South Australia's Derek Bromley, who has been in prison for more than 34 years. He's always maintained his innocence, the two key witnesses have long since been shown to have no credibility and others ha ...…
 
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Medical History Museum at the University of Melbourne the Museum has opened it's doors to The Art of Healing: An Australian Bush Medicine exhibition. The exhibition celebrates 65,000 years of Indigenous Australian healing practices through contemporary art, showcasing 46 Indigenous artist's work of bush ...…
 
El nopal se conoce en casi todos los países de América, pero es en México donde nació esta hermosa leyenda. En la Amazonia peruana hay una sirena en el bosque, es “la madre” de un árbol. Un puma, según los mapuches, se enamoró de la luna.. Estamos en iTunes y también en Uforia: https://www.univision.com/musica/uforia-on-demand/podcast-univision ...…
 
The recent ban on opera house yabbie nets in Victoria put the future of the platypus back in the spotlight. People worked hard behind the scenes to make the ban happen, some people dedicated in protecting the platypus and other water life and others were people who fish in the waterways. "There's been too many cases of people using the trap, so ...…
 
Bitumen Buyer Beware? The Canadian government has just announced it will buy the beleaguered Trans Mountain pipeline project. Will their gamble pay off? And who loses if it doesn’t? * Trump-aganda! When it comes to a recent boast that Americans "tamed a continent," is POTUS 45 honestly all that brutal compared to other presidents—or just the mo ...…
 
Set in the near future in a post-apocalyptic outback, Cargo is a zombie film with heart.
 
Even though she never knew her, Shannon Foster's great-grandmother Eliza has exerted a strong influence.
 
Leonora Adidi shares three 'kapu' words from Kala Kawaw Ya.
 
The music of Apakatjah features the languages of central Australia laced with guitar solos and a trademark growl.
 
Straight outta Central Australia. Word Up: Leonora Adidi. Because of her: Shannon Foster. From festival short to full length feature.
 
What's Cultural Appropriation? Klaudia Amenábar & photo she took of the American Museum of Natural History Gift Shop Headdress. Tonight we will be talking about it on Native Trailblazers. Shé:kon and Thanks for joining Native Trailblazers! The Native Show with over a million listeners worldwide! For over eight years, our award-winning Native th ...…
 
Ever felt a strong urge to ‘go bush’, hit the surf, climb a mountain, or just sit by a river? Respected Aboriginal Elder, Aunty Lauraine Barlow, explains how she can hear Country call and welcome her, and that Country can also tell one when it’s time to go away again to carry on life’s purpose. Aunty Lauraine also tells us how ‘half-blood’ chil ...…
 
In the spirit of National Reconciliation Week: ‘Don’t Keep History A Mystery,’ Learn, Share, Grow, Dr Daniels-Mayes shares her insight with NITV Radio on where we are as a nation when it comes to the education and attitudes of teachers and students of Indigenous studies and reconciliation. Dr Sheelagh Daniels-Mayes is a Kamilaroi woman and acad ...…
 
People gathered in Atherton Gardens in Fitzroy on Saturday to attend the launch of the public artwork 'Remember Me' by Reko Rennie. The marker and garden pay tribute to the Stolen Generations for the 20th Anniversary of National Sorry Day 2018. The marker has the support from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community after a series of ...…
 
It’s the final episode of the season and the focus is on the crisis in child welfare. We hear from two mothers who refused to consent to having their children apprehended. And Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott explains how the policy of her department has changed to prevention rather than apprehension.…
 
E18 with Axle Whitehead Australian TV host, Singer, Musician, Actor and MMA fan.By drober57@gmail.com (GrangeTV).
 
Members of the Wathaurung /Wadawurrung and broader Aboriginal community in Geelong joined forces for Reconciliation Week with Geelong One Fire Reconciliation Group to celebrate the local culture at Reconciliation in the Park 2018. This year's theme for Reconciliation Week is “Don’t Keep History A Mystery: Learn. Share. Grow” The community launc ...…
 
Kurnai woman Helen Brotherton held a stall at 'Reconciliation in the Park' demonstrating to young and old how to weave coil baskets. Aunty Helen remembers being taught as a young girl by her Grandmother when she was at Lake Tyers. Aunty Helen was busy getting everyone started on their baskets on the day and still had time to dance and talk to N ...…
 
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