Today, we ask why so many of our mob rely on others to help them, rather than helping themselves; is mining a good thing for communities; and are inter-racial relationships becoming more acceptable?
For 30 years, Arrernte man Rupert Max Stuart has maintained his innocence of the rape and murder of a young white girl. In Broken English, we hear from Max and those personally involved in the case.
We tackle a big issue today: the Intervention and did we need it; is enough ever enough when it comes to funding from government; and do you think our mob are sexy or what?
A great show today, we're tackling the Apology, and has it made our lives better; would our elders have approved of Indigenous cultural tourism; and are we making enough beautiful black babies?
Our topics today include Reconciliation, and do we still care; should our mob get serious about buying their own house; and is it cool to be a blackfella?
Lots to talk about today, including should our kids only be fostered out to Indigenous carers; humbugging and it's impact on our community; and who are the deadliest leaders in our communities the men or the women.
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