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Moorditj Mag Special Sorry Day Broadcast 2019

Wednesday 29th May / presented by Nick Abraham Jim Morrison

On Sunday 26 May, the Moorditj Mag team of Jim Morrison, Nick Abraham, Jodi Hoffmann and Ebony Garlett presented a special Sorry Day broadcast from the final game of the AFL Sir Doug Nicholls Round at Perth Stadium. Four hours of interviews and conversation about language, music, football, history and politics marked a very special day to remember the Stolen Generations and celebrate the resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The program was broadcast live on Noongar Radio in W.A. and proudly supported by RTRFM 92.1.

Part One - Jodi Hoffmann and Nick Abraham begin the Special Moorditj Mag Broadcast for National Sorry Day and the AFL Sir Doug Nicholls Round from Perth Stadium.

Part Two - Nick Abraham and Jim Morrison interview Dennis Eggington, CEO of Aboriginal Legal Service WA.

Part Three - Jim Morrison and Jodi Hoffmann interview Narelda Jacobs, TV News Journalist.

Part Four - Jim Morrison interview Former Fremantle Dockers footballer Michael Johnson and Ebony Garlett talks about youth identity and opportunity with Nick Abraham before the game.

Part Five - Nick Abraham and Jim Morrison interview with writer Kim Scott.

Part Six - Ebony Garlett and Nick Abraham interview singer and songwriter Gina Williams, about language and music.

Part Seven - Jodi Hoffmann and Jim Morrison talk about the Kimberley Stolen Generation Aboriginal CorporationBringing them Home,  Yokai and the impact of governmental policies of the past and the present.

Part Eight - Jodi Hoffmann and Jim Morrison interview Tjalaminu Mia, CEO with the Sister Kate’s Home Kids Aboriginal Corporation (SKHKAC) and Ron Ronan rocks Broadcast Box 3 at Perth Stadium.

Part Nine - Jim Morrison and Nick Abraham interview advocate and lawyer, Kim Farmer, about Sorry Day and the impact of her father, Graham 'Polly' Farmer, on Australian Rules football. Sharon Kenney shares stories about the Djinda Falcons: West Perth FC Aboriginal Football & Leadership Program

Part Ten - Ebony Garlett and Nick Abraham talk about mentors, role models, football and more.

Part Eleven - Jodi Hoffmann interview with WA Treasurer & Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, the Honourable Ben Wyatt 

Part Twelve - Ebony Garlett interview with educator, advocate, broadcaster and co-designer of the Carlton FC jumper for the 2019 Sir Doug Nicholls Round, Shelley Ware. And the wrap of the ONE POINT win to the Dockers!

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