Series: Blak Law: Tribal Edition

Blak Law: Tribal Edition is the continent’s first radio show exclusively looking at tribal societies and their rights. It aims to inform and educate Australians about the laws of the land that have been present since the beginning of time. Host Murrumu: Walubara Yidindji investigates international law and tribal societies to discuss their position in the geopolitical arena.

The show is broadcast weekly on Bumma Bippera Media Cairns 98.7FM.

NIRS National – Wednesdays from 1:00pm – 2:00pm (AEST)

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Columbus day still lingers

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Columbus day still lingers

This week on BLTE, the statues of Christopher Columbus may have been taken down in many cities across the United States, but the awkwardness of Columbus day still lingers. What is discovery and who discovered what? This and a whole lot more with your favourite aliens Murrumu & Gaan-Yarra.

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – New Caledonia votes ‘NO’ to independence

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – New Caledonia votes ‘NO’ to independence

This week on BLTE show. New Caledonia votes ‘NO’ to independence; and we look at co-designing a voice. Join Murrumu & Gaan-Yarra on your most deadliest, cruelty free, gluten free, no sugar organic Yidindji show.

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Failing to meet the issue of treaty

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Failing to meet the issue of treaty

This week on BLTE, we look at an academic paper written for the University of Toronto Law Journal that appears to support the idea that Australia will continue to fail to meet the issue of treaty without the tribes building their governments. This and a whole lot more with Gaan-Yarra and Murrumu

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Oklahoma’s admission and Princess Esmeralda interview

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Oklahoma’s admission and Princess Esmeralda interview

We look at the state of Oklahoma’s admission that there are numerous tribal jurisdictions that still exist in that area today, but what now? Also on the program an interview with Princess Esmeralda of Belgium talking on the colonial wrongs of the past.