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Hosted by Mundanara Bayles who was born and raised in Redfern (Sydney) Australia and currently lives in Queensland. The Black Magic Woman Podcast is an uplifting conversational style program featuring mainly First Nations people from Australia and around the world sharing their stories about their journey to highlight the diversity amongst First Nations peoples and the resilience of her people. She hopes these stories inspire her listeners and also create a better understanding of what First ...
 
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This episode is proudly supported by Monash University, promoting the Masters of Indigenous Business Leadership program, delivered by Monash Business School & The William Cooper Institute. Laura Thompson is a Gunditjmara woman and co-founder of Clothing the Gap and The Koorie Circle with Sarah Sheridan. Clothing The Gaps is a fresh and dynamic fash…
 
Black Magic Woman Podcast and Monash University are excited to announce a brand-new partnership series, promoting the Master of Indigenous Business Leadership program. The Master of Indigenous Business Leadership is a cross-disciplinary program with leading units delivered by Monash Business School, complemented by a tailored offering in design thi…
 
I am so excited to announce that very soon, we will be releasing new episodes as apart of the brand new Indigenous Business Australia Series. Black Magic Woman Podcast and Indigenous Business Australia have once again partnered to deliver 10 episodes with a focus on First Nations women in business and build conversations around economic empowerment…
 
This episode is proudly sponsored by Indigenous Business Australia who serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to own their own future. When Gnaala Karla Booja man Rodney Rankins talks about home ownership, his eyes light up with pride. He became the 19,000th home loan that Indigenous Business Austral…
 
Brisbane, 2022. Five women, best friends for decades, meet once a month to talk about books, life, love and the jagged bits in between.Dissecting each other’s lives seems the most natural thing in the world and honesty, no matter how brutal, is something they treasure. Best friends tell each other everything, don’t they? But each woman carries a co…
 
This episode is dedicated to the late Uncle Archie Roach. Garma is Australia's premier Indigenous event, a celebration of the cultural, artistic and ceremonial traditions of the Yolngu people. Over four days in remote Arnhem Land, guests are immersed in the rich cultural heritage of Yolngu hosts, experiencing traditional miny'tji (art), ancient sto…
 
This episode is dedicated to the late Uncle Archie Roach. Garma is Australia's premier Indigenous event, a celebration of the cultural, artistic and ceremonial traditions of the Yolngu people. Over four days in remote Arnhem Land, guests are immersed in the rich cultural heritage of Yolngu hosts, experiencing traditional miny'tji (art), ancient sto…
 
Connect is Supply Nation’s annual flagship event for the Indigenous business sector. The event brings together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses, corporate organisations and government departments to foster strategic opportunities and celebrate the success of the sector. All industries have been forced to navigate the challenges asso…
 
This series is presented in partnership with Black Magic Woman, Cairns Indigenous Art Fair and Bumma Bippera Media 98.7 FM. The Cairns Indigenous Art Fair will run from 6-10 July in Cairns, go to https://ciaf.com.au for more information on what’s on and for tickets. Darren Blackman is a proud Gureng Gureng\Gangalu man with maternal South Sea herita…
 
This series is presented in partnership with Black Magic Woman, Cairns Indigenous Art Fair and Bumma Bippera Media 98.7 FM. The Cairns Indigenous Art Fair will run from 6-10 July in Cairns, go to https://ciaf.com.au for more information on what’s on and for tickets. Benita Williams is an Indigenous model based in Port Douglas, Queensland. A proud K…
 
This episode is proudly sponsored by Indigenous Business Australia who serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to own their own future. James Morgan is the owner and operator of Yibekka Kakadu Tours. He is passionate about protecting sacred sites within Kakadu National Park creating more career opport…
 
This series is presented in partnership with Black Magic Woman, Cairns Indigenous Art Fair and Bumma Bippera Media 98.7 FM. The Cairns Indigenous Art Fair will run from 6-10 July in Cairns, go to https://ciaf.com.au for more information on what’s on and for tickets. Gerry Turpin is a Mbabaram man from north Qld and a renowned Ethnobotanist. He has …
 
Janina Harding is a proud Meriam (Erub/Mer) woman, who is currently the Artistic Director of the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF). She has over thirty years of experience in and across the Indigenous art sector (ranging from leading various cultural and employment programs, who has experience in public broadcasting, boasting exceptional prowess in…
 
This series is presented in partnership with Black Magic Woman, Cairns Indigenous Art Fair and Bumma Bippera Media 98.7 FM. The Cairns Indigenous Art Fair will run from 6-10 July in Cairns, go to https://ciaf.com.au for more information on what’s on and for tickets. Francoise Lane is an artist and textile designer that helps lovers of standout text…
 
Anita Heiss is a proud member of the Wiradjuri nation of central new south wales, but was born in Gadigal country and has spent much of her life on Dharawal land near La Perouse. She is one of Australia’s most prolific and well-known authors publishing across genres including non-fiction, historical fiction, commercial fiction, and children’s novel…
 
On episode #85 I have the absolute pleasure of yarning with Professor Chelsea Watego. Chelsea is a Munanjahli and South Sea Islander woman with over 20 years of experience working within Indigenous health as a health worker and researcher. Chelsea’s work has drawn attention to the role of race in the production of health inequalities. Chelsea is a …
 
Bradley Gimbert is a proud Aboriginal man with ancestral ties to the Wailwan mob, and through his adoptive father, also to the Barkindji mob. He has grown up in several suburbs of Western Sydney and identifies proudly with his culture. As a child, Brad faced much adversity and quickly became aware of the prejudice our people face, with his father l…
 
On episode 83 of the podcast I yarn with Ray Kerkhove. Dr Ray Kerkhove is a professional historian and ethno-historian (accredited through PHAQ), specializing in 19th Century Aboriginal social history and material culture, mostly for southern Queensland. Ray was born in the Netherlands and migrated to Sydney with his family at the age of 4. They ar…
 
This episode is proudly sponsored by Indigenous Business Australia who serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to own their own future. Welcome to the latest instalment of the IBA Partnership series. On this episode, I yarn with the amazing Liandra Gaykamangu. Liandra is a Yolŋu woman from North-East …
 
Episode #81 Part 3 - Professor Megan Davis Professor Megan Davis is a Cobble Cobble woman of the Barrungam nation in southwest Queensland. Megan is the Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous. As PVCI, she leads UNSW's Indigenous Strategy and is the Director of Nura Gili: Centre for Indigenous Programs. Megan is a Professor of Law and the Balnaves Chair of …
 
Episode #81 Part 2 - Professor Megan Davis Professor Megan Davis is a Cobble Cobble woman of the Barrungam nation in southwest Queensland. Megan is the Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous. As PVCI, she leads UNSW's Indigenous Strategy and is the Director of Nura Gili: Centre for Indigenous Programs. Megan is a Professor of Law and the Balnaves Chair of …
 
Episode #81 - Professor Megan Davis Professor Megan Davis is a Cobble Cobble woman of the Barrungam nation in southwest Queensland. Megan is the Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous. As PVCI, she leads UNSW's Indigenous Strategy and is the Director of Nura Gili: Centre for Indigenous Programs. Megan is a Professor of Law and the Balnaves Chair of Constit…
 
This episode is proudly sponsored by Indigenous Business Australia who serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to own their own future. For episode #80 we bring to you the 7th instalment of the @indigenous_business_australia partnership series. I have the pleasure of yarning with Caitlin Hicks from Hi…
 
On Episode #79 of the podcast I have a deadly yarn with Megan Cope. Megan is a Quandamooka (North Stradbroke Island in South East Queensland) artist. Her site-specific sculptural installations, video work and paintings investigate issues relating to identity, the environment and mapping practices. Megan’s work often resists prescribed notions of Ab…
 
On Episode 76 of the podcast I had the absolute pleasure of yarning with Kendall Macdowell and Hayley Dickinson from Eat For You, a business that makes delicious, raw, organic wholefood snacks with a vision to deliver generational change in health outcomes. Hayley and Kendall believe it’s their job to take us back to basics, before we move forward.…
 
On episode 73 of the podcast I have an amazing yarn with Gali Blacher. Gali is the Co-founder of a social enterprise called ‘The Good Box’, who help thousands of Australians experiencing homelessness receive beautiful boxes with firsthand quality items. The boxes are a vehicle to an important conversation which can help some of the most isolated pe…
 
This episode is proudly sponsored by Indigenous Business Australia who serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to own their own future. On episode 72 of the podcast I yarn to husband and wife duo Adam and Carmel Wooding from Empower Digital, as a part of the partnership series with Indigenous Business…
 
This week, episode 71! I am so very honoured to have met and yarned with Uncle Danny Morseu here at my home, on the Sunshine Coast. Uncle Danny is a Torres Strait Islander man who had a highly decorated national and international basketball career, including competing in two Olympics and one World Championship, and leads many community initiatives.…
 
This episode is proudly sponsored by Indigenous Business Australia who serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to own their own future. Episode 69 of the podcast is the 5th instalment of the Indigenous Business Australia series and it’s an absolute pleasure to yarn with mother and daughter duo, Lauren…
 
On Episode 68 of the podcast I yarn with Yuin man Nathan Martin. Nathan’s story simply put is one of a kind – enduring challenges in his life that would deter many in the pursuit of their dreams, his individual determination and values are what make up the very foundation of is company, Yalagan Group. Yalagan – a word from the Yuin nation meaning ‘…
 
This episode is proudly sponsored by Indigenous Business Australia who serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to own their own future. On episode 67 of the podcast, I interview my fourth guest of the IBA partnership series. I yarn with proud Yugara woman Lynda Maybanks, from Ipswich. Lynda is passion…
 
On episode 66 of the podcast I yarn with Shantelle Thompson. Shantelle is a proud Barkindji/Ngyampaa/European woman who is a mother of 3, an athlete, world champion, storyteller, educator, social entrepreneur, mentor, role model and social justice advocate. Overcoming abuse, disadvantage and bullying, Shantelle has fought to change her path and cha…
 
This episode is proudly sponsored by Indigenous Business Australia who serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to own their own future. On episode 65 of the podcast I interview my third guest of the IBA partnership series. I yarn with Kabi Kabi and Birri man Isaac Harrison, an Indigenous Entrepreneur …
 
On episode 64 of the podcast I interview George Newhouse. George is a non-Indigenous man originally from Yuggera country, who is the principal solicitor of the National Justice Project and an Adjunct Professor of Law at Macquarie University. He is well known for his extensive work in fighting for justice for the mentally ill, LGBTI Australians, imm…
 
This episode is proudly sponsored by Indigenous Business Australia who serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to own their own future. On episode 63 I yarn with my second guest of the IBA partnership series, Simon Thornalley. Simon is from the Torres Strait and is the founder/operator of Saltwater Ec…
 
On episode 62 I yarn with my deadly Uncle and Wiradjuri elder, Uncle David Bell. Uncle Dave is the founder of Young Spirit Mentoring Program, a powerful multicultural on-the-ground fitness and empowerment program focusing on youth, community and creating a positive change for the future. The program is now operating in its 20th year and with the he…
 
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