GADIGAL INFORMATION SERVICE & KOORI RADIO 93.7FM
WITH THE SUPPORT OF
THE COMMUNITY BROADCASTING FOUNDATION ARE PROUD
TO HAVE LAUNCHED
Myths, Facts, and Choices!
We would like to acknowledge the Darug nation and especially the Gadigal clan.
We pay our respects to the elders past and present.
Image: Gadigal Chairperson Dr Anita Heiss, Community Development Officer Ashlee Donohue & Gadigal Director Robynne Quiggin.
BLACK LOVE…Myths, Facts, and Choices
Black Love is about myths, facts and choices around Domestic Violence in Aboriginal Communities. Through a bit of comedy, a lot of soul searching and hard hitting facts, Black Love is aimed at educating the local community on tackling the stigma of Black Love.
This Radio Series is produced by Gadigal Information Service and assisted by the Community Broadcasting Foundation Ltd through an Indigenous Special Projects grant for Anti Violence Awareness
This project is a local community initiative between Gadigal Information Service and Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women’s Centre and provides relevant contacts for referrals and resource services that are available for NSW.
Track 1. Myths and Facts
Researched and spoken by Bronwyn Penrith and Dixie Gordon - Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women’s Centre
Track 2. Black Love
Written and performed by Aletha & Angaline Penrith, beat & guitar produced by Wire MC
Track 3. Soul Match
Written by Cathie Cragie, produced by Redfern Community Centre music studio. Voices; Guy Simon, William McPherson, Gavin Ivey, Anna Jovanovic, and Yularna Dykes.
Special Thanks to;
The Community Broadcasting Foundation, Tanya Bowra for her patience and professionalism, Cathy Craigie for her advice, the cast of voices for their enthusiasm Dixie; and Bronwyn for their knowledge, and Aletha and Angeline for there raw honest talent.
Further enquiries call: (02) 9384 4000.