National NAIDOC Week - #BecauseOfHerWeCan - Robyn Oxley and peacebuilding in the criminal justice system, Museums Victoria's NAIDOC exhibitions, Aboriginal water rights in the Murray Darling, and the late Wik elder Gladys Tybingoompa

Tuesday, 10 July 2018 - 7:00am to 8:30am

Tuesday Breakfast July 10th 

7.00 am  Acknowledgement of Country

7.05 am  News headlines  

7.10 am  We hear a speech from the 2017 Resistance: Young Socialist Alliance's Radical Ideas Conference, where Celeste Liddle speaks about the different fights for reproductive rights faced by Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women, and about the labour involved in her project 'Counting dead Aboriginal women'.

7.30 am We hear a segment from AWAYE! an Indigenous arts and culture podcast, broadcast all over the world. This episode, 'My Totem is Bushfire', discusses the late Wik elder Gladys Tybingoompa, who was one of the clan leaders from Aurukun on western Cape York Peninsula who tested the limits of native title in the High Court. 

7.45 am Anya speaks with Robyn Oxley, Assistant lecturer in the criminology department at Monash University, about her new theory on peace-building, self-determination and inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices in the criminal justice system and other policy initiatives, tokenism, instituional reform, and what reparations could and should look like.

8.00 am Lauren speaks with Isobel Morphy-Walsh, who is the Senior Koorie Programs Officer at Museums Victoria. They discuss Museums Victoria's NAIDOC week programming, including their exhibition for the theme 'Because of her, we can' and the Aboriginal women and their legacies being honoured.

8.15 am We hear a segment from NITV SBS radio about The National Cultural Flows Research project steered by Murray Lower Darling River's Indigenous Nations (MLDRIN) and Northern Basin Aboriginal Nations (NBAN).  

8.25 am We play a short audio from Behind the News about school kids' favourite Aboriginal or Torres Straight Islander woman.  



artist: Mojo Juju   
song: Native Tongue 

artist: Maurial Spearim 
song: Black Woman 

artist: DRMNG NOW
song: Australia does not Exist 

artist: Estee Blue 
song: All