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Let's Talk on 98.9fm

Today Let’s Talk is hosted by a variety of Indigenous journalists, academics, activists and elders including Boe Spearim, Dr Chelsea Bond, Angelina Hurley and Karina Hogan and is the only national Indigenous current affairs program researched, produced and broadcast in Brisbane.

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Let’s Talk 2021, Episode 182 Matt Hastings

13mins

12 Nov 2021

Rank #1

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Let’s Talk 2021, Episode 181 Kerry Palmer & Danny T Johnson

The NT Youth Class Action is a class action that was started in the Federal Court of Australia in December 2016 by Aaron Hyde and Dylan Jenkings, represented by Maurice Blackburn Lawyers. Boe Spearim speaks with Kerry Palmer who is a class action Senior Associate in Maurice Blackburn’s Sydney office. Danny T Johnson also joins Boe on Let’s Talk to chat about Remembrance Day and we reflect on... Source

30mins

10 Nov 2021

Rank #2

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Let’s Talk 2021, Episode 180 Jye Cardona

Jye Cardona is the founder and lead for Brother to Another (B2A) service, he joins Boe Spearim on Let’s Talk to yarn about the work he and his organisation does in the Darwin to support young Aboriginal people who come in contact with the justice system. Source

35mins

10 Nov 2021

Rank #3

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Let’s Talk 2021, Episode 179 John Harvey & Zoe Walter

First Nations director John Harvey and First Nations University student Zoe Walter join Boe Spearim on Let’s Talk to yarn about the film “Off Country” follows the lives of seven Indigenous students as they leave home to spend a year boarding at one of the oldest and most elite boarding schools in the country, Geelong Grammar. Click link to buy tickets: https://fan-force.com/films/off-country/ Source

38mins

8 Nov 2021

Rank #4

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Let’s Talk 2021, Episode 178 Charlie Jia

Charlie Jia joins Karina Hogan on Lets Talk to talk about Movember and much more! Source

34mins

5 Nov 2021

Rank #5

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Let’s Talk 2021, Episode 177 Larissa Baldwin

Larissa Baldwin is a Widjabul woman from the Bundjalung Nations and GetUp’s First Nations Justice Campaign Director and Joins Boe Spearim on Let’s Talk, we chat about the 26th United Nations Climate Change conference in Glasgow, Scotland and the proposed changes to Voting Rights in Australia. Source

34mins

4 Nov 2021

Rank #6

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Let’s Talk 2021, Episode 176 Raise The Age

Michael Berkman Greens MP Member for Maiwar and Maggie Munn from the Guggari Nation who is the Indigenous Rights Campaigner with Amnesty International joins Boe Spearim on Let’s Talk. The Qld Greens have introduced a bill to the Queensland Parliament to raise the age of criminal responsibility to 14 years old. To put in a submission into for the greens bill to raise the age click link: https://www. Source

44mins

3 Nov 2021

Rank #7

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Let’s Talk 2021, Episode 175 Kevin Yow Yeh, Chelsea Watego & Dr David Singh

On Let’s Talk Boe Spearim is joined by Kevin Yow Yeh Professor Chelsea Watego and Dr David Singh who are apart of the newly formed Institute for Collaborative Race Research who are putting on a free community event title: “Fighting racism in a racist legal system” speaking at the event Kevin Yow Yeh and Professor Chelsea Watego will share their personal experiences of race discrimination cases... Source

33mins

2 Nov 2021

Rank #8

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Let’s Talk 2021, Episode 174 Aunty Olga Havnen

Joining Boe Spearim on Let’s Talk this morning are two of the people involved from the Incarceration Nation film, Karina Hogan the film impact producer and Aunty Olga Havnen. We chat about youth incarceration in the NT andhow people can support First Nations led programs and organisations. Source

29mins

1 Nov 2021

Rank #9

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Let’s Talk 2021, Episode 173 Uncle Simon Forrest

Uncle Simon Forrest join Boe Spearim on Let’s Talk to about The Pinjarra Massacre which happened on October 1834 at Pinjarra, Western Australia a group of Binjareb Noongar people were attacked by a detachment of 25 colonial soldiers, police and settlers led by Governor James Stirling. Uncle Simon Forrest is a Noongar Whadjuk Elder. Source

37mins

28 Oct 2021

Rank #10