October 2010

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In the News - October 2010


ABC 891 Adelaide

ABC 891 Adelaide (Adelaide)Mornings - 25/10/2010 - 08:52 AMMatthew Abraham and David BevanStation Ph: 08 8343 4332Abraham reports that Madeleine Madden appeared on free-to-air TV last night to promoteGeneration One. He plays an excerpt of Madden in which she expresses her desire to make things better for Aboriginal Australians. Madden says she feels proud and privileged to be part of the Generation One movement. Madden says she helped write the script for the appearance. Madden says she watched Channel Seven when her appearance was aired but was also on Facebook at the time. Abraham says The Australian reports that Madden's paternal grandfather is Charles "Chikka" Madden who taught her the value of a job and working hard. Abraham says the Generation One CEO is Tim Gartr... More...

29 October @ 12:29

WS FM (Sydney)

WS FM (Sydney) 09:00 News - 25/10/2010 - 09:02 AMNewsreaderStation Ph: 02 8899 9888A national appeal for reconciliation, organised by GenerationOne, has been made on all of the free-to-air TV networks overnight. Tim Gartrell, GenerationOne, says Indigenous Australians need to be offered better job opportunities.© Media Monitors 2010Interviewees: Tim Gartrell, GenerationOneDuration: 0:28Summary ID: W00041089295... More...

29 October @ 12:28

ABC New England North West (Tamworth)

ABC New England North West (Tamworth)Mornings - 25/10/2010 - 08:46 AMKelly FullerProducer Ms Emelia Saban 02 6760 2411Interview with Glen Crump, convenor, Moree Reconciliation Group about theGenerationOne appeal that aired throughout Australian TV last night. Crump says it was a very touching campaign. Crump says a lot of the campaigns that we see have celebrity figures that everyone knows of. Crump says for a grass roots, community girl to be involved in this campaign was extremely moving. Crump discusses racism in the education system that has occurred throughout his life and struggles to find employment in the local community. Fuller asks how we go about taking up this challenge. Crump says he hopes it will open peoples eyes and encourage them to get involved with Aboriginal issues... More...

29 October @ 12:19

ABC New England North West (Tamworth)

ABC New England North West (Tamworth)Mornings - 25/10/2010 - 08:48 AMKelly FullerProducer Ms Emelia Saban 02 6760 2411Interview with Aunty Noeline Briggs-Smith, Aboriginal Elder from Moree about theGenerationOne appeal that aired throughout Australian TV last night. Briggs-Smith says she would have liked to have seen someone more well known as an Aboriginal person throughout Australia, like Kathy Freeman or MP Linda Burney. Briggs-Smith says as Glen Crump commented, there is a lot of things that still have to be done. Briggs-Smith says we need to seriously look at a lot of the memorandums of understanding, the policies and the framework that is being set up for Aboriginal people. Briggs-Smith says they are not worth the paper they are written on if they are not going to be set in legi... More...

29 October @ 12:19

Channel 10 News

Channel 10 (National Australia)TEN News (Sunday) - 24/10/2010 - 05:13 PMNatarsha BellingStation Ph: 02 9650 1210A major announcement regarding the future of indigenous Australians will be made in a rare televised address to the nation tonight, expected to focus on the desperate need for jobs and training. The GenerationOne campaign comes nearly three years since former PM Kevin Rudd's apology to the stolen generations.© Media Monitors 2010    ... More...

29 October @ 12:18