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This podcast is closing. We really love having you listen to RN but we need to let you know that we’ll be closing our subject based podcasts (don’t worry—we aren’t cancelling any shows). To keep hearing stories and interviews from RN, search for your favourite shows in the ABC Radio App or subscribe in your preferred podcasting app. If you’re looking for something new to wrap your ears around, visit the RN website where there’s plenty for you to discover.
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Despite a restorative justice approach to sentencing Aboriginal offenders in Canada, incarceration rates continue to rise. Why?
A market garden in Burnie helps feed local families; hairy highland cattle win a beef award; we limber up with tractor yoga classes; and join the Deadly Runners group on Thursday Island.
The legacy of Wave Hill

The legacy of Wave Hill

2016-08-2000:53:50

When the Gurindji walked off Wave Hill station their demands were simple: equal wages, not meagre rations. The fight escalated into the first Aboriginal land claim. Led by head stockman Vincent Lingiari, the strike buoyed the Aboriginal rights movement down south and spurred activism for a generation. A unionist, a historian and an artist reflect on the meaning of Wave Hill.
A market garden in Burnie helps feed local families; hairy highland cattle win a beef award; we limber up with tractor yoga classes; and join the Deadly Runners group on Thursday Island.
About 7,000 historic blood samples, taken from Indigenous Australians in the 1960s and 1970s, have sat untouched at the Australian National University since a moratorium in the 1990s.
We really love having you listen to RN but we need to let you know that we’ll be closing our subject podcasts (don’t worry—we aren’t cancelling any shows). To keep hearing stories and interviews from RN, search for your favourite shows in the ABC Radio App or subscribe in your preferred podcasting app.
Named after an ancient indigenous song form, Tjaabi is a new production which offers a unique glimpse into the living Aboriginal culture of the Pilbara.
Aboriginal health failures

Aboriginal health failures

2016-08-1600:07:00

The Human Rights Commission will be asked to investigate a series of deaths and potentially fatal misdiagnoses of Aboriginal people within Australia's national healthcare system.
The prevalence of alcohol fuelled violent crime in Alice Springs is a persistent problem for which there is no easy solution.
A young Indigenous thinker says Aboriginal culture is one that 'accepts violence' and a solution to the abuse of women must come from within
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