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 – Can the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia remove aboriginal people from the continent

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Can the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia remove aboriginal people from the continent

On now is BLTE, This week we discuss “Can the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia remove aboriginal people from the continent.” We look at the case of an Aboriginal man who may be deported for not having Australian citizenship. This and a lot more on your favourite show. Tune in now to catch BLTE…

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Blak Law: Tribal Edition – In the studio with special guests

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – In the studio with special guests

This weeks Blak Law: Tribal edition episode Murrumu and Gaan-Yarra were joined in the studio with: Kai-a-whina Te Manawa-o-te Ika-a-MauiTe Tai O Rehua Mikena and Te Tao O Remua Te Kotuku. Hope you enjoy this week episode πŸ˜„πŸ‘ŠπŸ½Thanks to the Community Broadcasting Foundation β€οΈ

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Treaty, Voice and the Truth

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Treaty, Voice and the Truth

This week on BLTE we delve into the archives to bring interviews with Shireen Morris and Linda Burney on treaty, voice and the truth. Who has the moral, legal or philosophical upper standing and who has the under standing? This and more with Murrumu and Gaan-Yarra

Blak Law Tribal Edition – United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, why did all the UN members ratify this

Blak Law Tribal Edition – United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, why did all the UN members ratify this

This week on BLTE. We look at what is the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, why did all the UN members ratify this document which they agree that indigenous peoples have the right to self government and self-determination? This and more with Murrumu and Gaan-Yarra.

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – How much is cultural loss worth in money terms?

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – How much is cultural loss worth in money terms?

Today on BLTE, we yarn about how much is cultural loss worth in money terms? We look at calls for financial payment for damages to sacred lands and ask the question can the Commonwealth of Australia afford it? This and more on your favourite show BLTE with Murrumu and Gaanyarra

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Birth Certificates

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Birth Certificates

This week on BLTE we take a look at birth certificates and why they are issued, and a controversial topic, are some of the Indigenous Australian elite in danger of being labelled native troopers? This and a whole lot more of juicy jurisprudence with Murrumu and Gaan-Yarra.

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Murray Gleeson’s Paper – Backing an Indigenous Voice to Parliament

Blak Law: Tribal Edition – Murray Gleeson’s Paper – Backing an Indigenous Voice to Parliament

This week on BLTE we take a good look at former Chief Justice Murray Gleeson’s paper that appears to back an Indigenous voice, is this really the solution or more of the same inside the Australian realm? Tune into the Yidinji Broadcast Service and Join Murrumu and Gaan-Yarra, you know you want to.