AWAYE 3 November at 11.00am
- Well one part says Thursday and another says Friday.
Regardless of that possible mix-up here's an item of interest, and I reckon
it's not just for the girls neither!
> From: Pat Torres[SMTP:p.torres@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, 1 November 2000 8:00 PM
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> Subject: FW: AWAYE 3 November at 11.00am
> Importance: High
> DEAR FRIENDS AND ACTIVE WOMEN OF THE COMMUNITY-FYI AND ACTION INTO YOUR
> NETWORKS-REGARDS, PAT.T.
> Greetings all ...
> Please see advert. below for details of an interview with Dr
> Moreton-Robinson, "Talkin up to the White Woman" on Radio National,
> Thursday this week at 11. If you can't tune in, you can download a
> transcript of the show from the ABC online in a fortnight's time.
> Subject: AWAYE 3 November at 11.00am
> "Talkin up to the White Woman"
> Dr Aileen Moreton-Robinson from Griffith University has released
> first ever analysis of feminism from an Indigenous perspective. Her book
> "Talkin up to the White Woman" explodes the myth of a unified sisterhood,
> comprising many cultures and economic backgrounds. It brings Aboriginal
> Torres Strait Islander women into the growing global discourse of racial
> politics and equality which shapes our attitudes and approaches, from how
> legislate, to how we learn and live together as a cross cultural nation.
> Please join us this week on Awaye!
> Friday Mornings at 11am and repeated Saturdays at 2am and 6pm
> Pat Mamanyjun Torres
> Centre for Aboriginal Studies ph: 9266 2890
> Curtin University fax: 9266
> Perth, Western Australia