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It's NAIDOC Week so we have a fully First Nations focussed episode. Our last few stories have heavy content warnings for the names of dead Indigenous people and discussion of police violence, which starts at about 41:20.
Entree: What does NAIDOC stand for, and why does it stand for that?
Check out this thread by Khadija Gbla: https://twitter.com/KhadijaGbla/status/1412950412643028996
Also, listen to Broriginals: https://awesomeblack.org/podcast/ep-107-always-was-always-bilby/
SPOTW: Multiple winners this week with a variety of NAIDOC content!
Coronas: Once again it's extremely obvious that First Nations communities have just vastly better outcomes when they are in control. Zac takes us through a vaccine rollout in the NT and Noon has a brief aside about St Joseph's.
Positivity Corner: Seed Mob are an awesome group that has managed to get a senate inquiry up into fracking in the Beetaloo Basin
ACAB: Content warning starts here at about 41:20 for the rest of the show. Zac talks about the police shameful behaviour at the coronial inquest of a man killed during a police chase.
Fashy Australia: An Australian forensic pathologist gave evidence that "excited delirium" was a factor in an Aboriginal man's death in custody. Noon gives a bit of a history lesson of this incredibly racist, made up disease. For more check out Behind the Bastards: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/105-behind-the-bastards-29236323/episode/part-one-excited-delirium-how-cops-81965684/
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And you'll just have to listen to the end for our Pupdate!