Narelda Jacobs On Why We Shouldn’t Celebrate January 26th
This week on No Filter, we’re proud to introduce Narelda Jacobs as our guest host.
Narelda is a proud Whadjuk Noongar woman. She’s also the host of Ten News First and co-host of Studio 10, and last year she joined Mia for her very own No Filter chat.
But today, in a No Filter first, Narelda is sitting in Mia’s hosting chair.
January 26th means different things to different people. But to Narelda? Changing the date is a subject really close to her heart. And on this episode of No Filter, she speaks to three incredible first nations women, Robyn Smith Walley, Kezia Jacobs Smith and Teela Reid about what changing the date means to them...
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Recommendations to read and watch…
Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe - https://booktopia.kh4ffx.net/jMZgM
In My Blood It Runs https://vimeo.com/showcase/inmyblooditruns
Teela’s book recommendations:
Talkin' Up to the White Woman by Aileen Moreton-Robinson - https://booktopia.kh4ffx.net/k7Z30
Song Of The Crocodile by Nardi Simpson - https://booktopia.kh4ffx.net/1aRLD
Bindi by Kirli Saunders - https://booktopia.kh4ffx.net/XQOAG
Find out more recommendations here: https://www.instagram.com/blackfulla_bookclub/?hl=en
Host: Narelda Jacobs, follow her on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/narelda_jacobs/?hl=en.
With thanks to our guests: Robyn Smith Walley, Kezia Jacobs Smith and Teela Reid
Producer: Leah Porges and Emma Gillespie
Executive Producer: Elissa Ratliff
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