Murri Court – Women’s Group

This is our newly formed Murri Court Women’s Group from Juwarki Kapu-Lug Murri Court Community Justice Group, here on Darumbul (Rockhampton) Country, Central Queensland.

A lovely High Tea was held on the 8th March at the Rockhampton Botanical Gardens, celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD) with our Murri Court CJG Elders and Clients. We were very lucky to also have two special Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander guest speakers, Sandra Creamer and Lenique Lawson.  Sandra and Lenique have their law degree and are working hard in our communities. Their inspirational journeys were shared with the group, encouraging us to think about our own journeys and ponder the IWD “Choose to Challenge” theme this year. A great morning was had by all.

Repost – Introducing triple j Unearthed’s Indigenous Takeover!

(L-R): Ashley McGregor, Karla Ranby, Tyrone Pynor, Marlee Silva, Dave Woodhead and Loren Ryan. Image source

In recognition of Reconciliation Week, triple j Unearthed’s daily music program TOPS will bring you the week-long Indigenous Takeover

Kicking off at 5:30pm this arvo (Wednesday May 27th), TOPS will be highlighting the best new music from First Nations artists who’ve uploaded their tracks to Unearthed this year.

Taking you through proceedings will be some familiar faces in the form of Indigenous presenters and producers from across triple j. You’ll hear from:

Dave Woodhead – triple j Weekday Lunch presenter, stand-up comic and Torres Strait Islander man

Karla Ranby – triple j Weekend Lunch presenter, TV presenter and Gamilaroi woman

Ashley McGregor – triple j Breakfast Producer and Wathaurong woman

Marlee Silva – triple j presenter, writer, podcaster and Kamilaroi/Dunghutti woman

Tyrone Pynor – triple j presenter, SBS broadcaster and Torres Strait Islander man

Loren Ryan – ABC trainee journalist, musician and Gamilaraay woman

There’s gonna plenty of great chats and incredible tunes that you won’t wanna miss, so be sure to tune into triple j Unearthed digital radio or listen via the app [ https://www.abc.net.au/triplej/app/ ]. It’ll be happening 5:30pm weekdays from Wed 27 May to Weds 3 June.

Original content HERE

ROCK NAIDOC 2019 Event Calendar

ROCK NAIDOC 2019 ( July 7-14 ), is expected to showcase the services of over 30 Indigenous & Non-Indigenous organisations.

The Event Calendar is available at the official ROCK NAIDOC website HERE

Click HERE to download the Official Event Calendar PDF