National Talkblack 110919

National Talkblack 110919

On todays National Talkblack via NIRS – NIRS – National Indigenous Radio Service we had:

Stephen Hopper – Plant conservation biologist – A conservation expert believes the key to preserving WA’s threatened plant species lies in bridging the gap between modern, scientific knowledge and that of ancient Aboriginal cultures. Stephen Hopper, an internationally renowned plant conservation biologist, has discussed this idea as a keynote speaker at the WA Threatened Species Forum in Geraldton last week.

Edmonton Police – Robbie and Sgt Glen De Lai. For their Whichway Yarning segment – Sponsored by IGA Piccones- and today’s topic is “Use of Force.”

Sonia Smallacomb – A Maramanindji woman originally from the NT, said she was racially targeted by a police auxiliary stationed outside a bottle shop who demanded she produce hotel receipts to prove where she was staying.

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