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This week's edition of the Moorditj Mag podcast sees Jim and Jodi talking about International Women's Day, on this Sunday March 8, as well as interviewing Senior Heritage Project Officer Glenn Shore about the government's work in outreaching to rural communities and a review of the Aboriginal Heritage Act.
Aboriginal Elder and storyteller Josie Boyle also spoke to RTRFM about past, current and future inspirations to Indigenous women, including a recitation of her new poem 'The Voice Of The Dark Is A Song', with musician Chris Jordan joining in later to discuss a musical event happening in Pinjarra this Sunday.
All live musical performances are included in our podcasts with the express permission of artists, who reserve all other rights in their music. All music used in our podcasts is licensed under an APRA Community Broadcasting license agreement.
A weekly look at Indigenous Affairs both nationally and locally with Jim Morrison, Nick Abraham and Jodi Hoffman. The show was founded by Jim and Wayne Bynder.
Jim, Nick and Jodi are Noongar who are dedicated to the preservation of their culture and the healing of their people through positive and consistent empowerment of Aboriginal people.
Join us as they delve into Aboriginal culture, talks, arts and laughs.
Produced by Jim Morrison, Nick Abraham, Jodi Hoffman and Danae Gibson.
Editing by Damon Sutton.
Thanks to Jorja Keay and Jeff Bullen.