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Sound On: NAIDOC Week | Voice. Treaty. Truth.

Presenting a three-part NAIDOC Week podcast

NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island peoples. 

This year, the NAIDOC theme and focus is Voice. Treaty. Truth. 

To celebrate and commemorate NAIDOC Week, Bond University has produced a three-part podcast series. 

Hosted by Bond student and Torres Strait Islander woman Jondayah Martin, the podcasts dive into the truths of the past to explore ways we can move forward, together, towards a better future. 

Tune in to each episode below. 

Sound On: The power of voice with Jeremy Donovan

Artist, advocate and Bond University ambassador Jeremy Donovan joined Jondayah to share his remarkable story. Press play to listen. 

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Sound On: Talking treaty with Bethany Allen

In the second part of the podcast series, Jondayah speaks with Bond University law graduate Bethany Allen to unpack what it means when we talk about treaty and why Australia doesn't have one.

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Sound On: Learning from truth with Aunty Joyce Summers

In the third and final episode, Jondayah speaks with respected Local Elder Aunty Joyce Summers to talk about her truth and why to move forward together, all Australians must first acknowledge our truth.

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