MJA Podcasts 2020 Episode 33: Racial violence in Australian health care, with A/Prof Chelsea Bond
The Medical Journal of Australia
Vol 213, Issue 4: 17 August. Associate Professor Chelsea Bond is Principal Research Fellow in the School of Social Sciences at the University of Queensland. She talks about the racial violence inherent in the Australian healthcare system. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell.
Dr. Chelsea Bond is a Munanjahli and South Sea Islander woman and a senior lecturer at the University of Queensland. She's worked and researched extensively in the area of Aboriginal health and regularly writes and speaks about race and racism in Australia today. In this conversation, Chelsea reflects on how the recent Black Lives Matter uprising has played out in Australia, her personal experiences with the police, the fierceness of Black women in this struggle and the intersection of racial power structures and class. If you’ve got the means please support this show by becoming a Patron Join the LIASYO Facebook group here please and thank you I’m performing at Easey Comedy this Thursday night, you can stream it via Zoom @drcbond Chelsea's radio show Wild Black Women on Brisbane's 989FM ARTICLE: In Australia, black lives do matter by Aaron Patrick [$] ARTICLE: Dr. Chelsea Bond delivers a masterclass in Indigenous excellence by Nat Cromb & Luke Pearson ARTICLE: How to learn from Indigenous people about the Black Lives Matter movement in Australia by Tahnee Jash ARTICLE: 'Anger has the hour': How long must Indigenous Australia wait for change by Stan Grant ARTICLE: White skin, black squares by Sam Kriss ARTICLE: Class is the new black: The dangers of an obsession with the 'Aboriginal middle class' by Dr. Chelsea Bond ARTICLE: If Black men could talk: why we need an accurate portrayal of urban Indigenous masculinity by Dr. Chelsea Bond Cause of the Week: Inala Wangarra (inalawangarra.com.au)
Liberation Loops, #CleanOutPrisons, Islamophobia and COVID-19, Chelsea Bond Cook 250
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly In episode 6 of Liberation Loops, Carly speaks with Lauren Caulfield. Lauren works at the intersection of interpersonal and state-sanctioned gender violence, and is involved in training, organising work and community-based interventions to violence. She also coordinates the “Policing Family Violence: Changing the Story” project, which is a collaborative, integrated community legal and survivor support project that responds to harm and criminalisation of people through family violence policing. Max speaks with Apryl Watson, daughter of Aunty Tanya Day, on the open letter and petition from families of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander deaths in custody calling on the Australian Governments to urgently release people from prison to prevent COVID-19 deaths. Scheherazade speaks with Dr Shakira Hussein, a writer and academic in multiculturalism and Muslim studies at the National Centre for Excellence in Islamic Studies, University of Melbourne, about the intersection of race, islamophobia and COVID-19.Priya speaks with Chelsea Bond, a Munanjahli and South Sea Islander woman and long-term Aboriginal Health Worker and researcher. Chelsea is an Associate Professor at the University of Queensland’s Poche Health Centre for Indigenous Health, and a co-host of the show Wild Black Women on 98.9FM in Meanjin. They discuss the public discussion around the 250th anniversary of Cook’s invasion.To intro this segment we hear a poem by Neika Lehman titled ‘Cook 250’. Neika Lehman is a writer and artist living and working on Kulin Country. Neika grew up in Tasmania | lutruwita and descends from the Trawlwoolway peoples of north east Tasmania. Their ancestral and contemporary stories inform Neika’s written and visual practice.
MJA Podcasts 2020 Episode 9: Is it time to call time on Closing the Gap, with A/Prof Chelsea Bond
The Medical Journal of Australia
Vol 212, Issue 5: 16 March, 2020. Associate Professor Bond, a Munanjahli and South Sea Islander woman, is Principal Research Fellow in the School of Social Science at the University of Queensland. She talks about Closing the Gap and whether it is fit for Indigenous purpose. With MJA news and online editor Cate Swannell.
Gudjohnsen & Hasselbaink special: Their Chelsea bond, Abramovich takeover & Jose vs Pep
Former Chelsea strikers Eidur Gudjohnsen and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink join Jo Wilson and Dharmesh Sheth for part two of our special episode in front of a live audience. They recall how they both joined Chelsea in 2000, with Eidur revealing the Premier League club he could have moved to before making his switch to Stamford Bridge. The pair explain how their scoring partnership was formed, what it was like keeping Gianfranco Zola out of the team and the impact Roman Abramovich's takeover of the club had on the squad. Eidur discusses the differences of working under Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, while Jimmy explains how a dream move to Barcelona fell through.
Dr Chelsea Bond - Is Feminism for us?This chat is packed to bursting with wow-moments, takeaways and t-shirt worthy quotes that will have you thinking for days. We can’t wait for you to hear it and tell us what you think. This is exactly what we’re here for, deeper conversation with incredible Sisters about the things that matter to us. We love sisterhood, so it’s scary to admit that it doesn't always come easily and that in some cases, it comes with a lot of baggage. Talking is the first step to making things better and Chelsea was brilliant. She’s a woman who really shows up and this conversation is fun, fierce and full of warmth. She was incredibly generous in sharing stories that reveal where she’s landed (on that day anyhow) on this important question. Chelsea is an Aboriginal (Munanjahli) and South Sea Islander Australian. She works as a researcher, health worker and Senior Lecturer. She's also the co-host of the brilliant Wild Black Women show on 989FM and a must follow on twitter.This conversation is very real, so there’s a little bit of strong language. It's also packed with the type of intelligent, yet accessible analysis that Chelsea is renowned for and we managed to laugh a lot too. My goodness black women are magic. There’s so much to learn when we have space to really #listentoblackwomen We’ve had this on repeat and found different gems every time. So it really is worth listening to a couple of times, maybe grab a cuppa or a journal in between and come back to see how you feel and what connects/doesn't connect next time around. It’ll make you think, laugh and expand a little. We definitely did. The full transcript is available on heyauntypod.comLovely folks have been getting in touch to ask how to support us. Thank you! writing a review on apple podcasts is the best bet for now and maybe sharing the pod with your friends. Cheers, enjoy!PS - The correct Alice Walker's quotation is "womanism is to feminism as purple is to lavender" Not sure where lavender came from, but love do love all shades of purple :)