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URBAN LIST

Tune In To These 13 Epic Indigenous Podcasts

A proud Mbarbrum woman, you need to check out Caroline Kell’s brilliant podcast Yarning Up. Featuring insightful conversations with First Nations leaders, thinkers, creators, activists and entrepreneurs.
 

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beyond the Valley 

Victorian New Year's festival

The Podcast Stage will feature 'The Maria Thattil Show', 'The Mason Cox Show', 'Where's Your Head At' hosted by 'Love Island' fan favourites, Anna & Matt, Jamo and Dylan, plus 'Yarning Up First Nations Stories' with Caroline Kell and more.

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beyond the binary 

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An inspiring day of connection and community in the heart of South Melbourne as we champion ideas and celebrate individuals that oppose, stretch and challenge the barriers of modern society, to shape a future for us all that is equitable, inclusive and moves beyond our limitations.

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One wild wide

with pru chapman

Caroline Kell is a proud Aboriginal woman, TEDX Speaker, and founder of Blak Wattle Coaching and Consulting. We touch on Caroline's personal story that delves into her Matriarchal lineage, showcasing both its strength and setbacks, which have shaped her identity and resilience.

As well as Burnout, and its prevalence within Aboriginal communities, due to the complexities of modern life while honouring cultural roots.

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Black Burnout: How Indigenous workers combat stress and foster wellbeing

BLA.C.K MEDICINE

For Indigenous workers the tension between kinship and familial responsibilities and those of the workplace are often keenly felt.

Strong family ties have been a key to survival for many Indigenous peoples, but financial and emotional obligations to large family networks can cause stress. And workplaces can be alienating when you're one of few, or the only, Indigenous staff member. This can also create extra burdens.
 

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Steps to building an anti-racistworkplace 

THIS WORKING LIFE: ABC RN

For Indigenous workers the tension between kinship and familial responsibilities and those of the workplace are often keenly felt. Strong family ties have been a key to survival for many Indigenous peoples, but financial and emotional obligations to large family networks can cause stress. And workplaces can be alienating when you're one of few, or the only, Indigenous staff member. This can also create extra burdens.
 

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First Nations Burnout with Caroline Kell

RAMONA MAGAZINE

Its complex and enduring issue, but understanding burnout as a systemic issue and the ongoing labour we have endured in this colony, is a useful place to start. Many of our old people have been working as unpaid domestics, providing free grassroots activism / education, helping to build roads and towns, as an example, as a direct result of the ongoing colonial project.
 

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THE LATCH

Hosted by proud Mbarbrum woman and founder of Blak Wattle coaching, Caroline Kell, Yarning Up features great and enlivening conversations with Indigenous leaders and thinkers. The podcast is designed “to help all Australians learn and unlearn Australia’s past”.

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ABC: Ladies we need to talk

Burnout

Yumi Stynes learns why so many of us are feeling utterly burnt out and how we can repair our sizzled-selves when we're running on empty.

Featured in this episode:

  • Dr Yumiko Kadota, author of Emotional Female

  • Dr Amy Imms, founder of The Burnout Project

  • Caroline Kell, founder of Blak Wattle Coaching

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the priestess podcast 

aboriginal science & Stories

Caroline is the Founder of Blak Wattle Coaching and Consulting, a 100% Indigenous owned agency. She coaches and mentors First Nations leaders and business owners to feel safe in the workplace, to have big goals and take up space.

 

Caroline is also a bold and conscious facilitator and thinker who draws on the power of connection, evidence and stories.

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refinery 29

‘We’re Tired’: The Unique Burnout Experienced By First Nations Women

And whilst visibility is important, it is most needed in the boardrooms and not the tea rooms. Representation of First Nations people in workplaces will only be truly meaningful when organisations prioritise staff wellness and safety and recognise that addressing burnout is critical and necessary.

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the guardian 

An Aboriginal-led approach saved communities from Covid. Now it's time to tackle mental health.
By caroline kell 

Caroline Kell has held senior Aboriginal affairs positions in the Victorian state government. In February she joined the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation as executive director of policy, advocacy, research and communications.

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