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by Athésia AhTeaseYa
posted 28/05/2020

Jammin’ Friday with Athésia 7-9AM 29/05/2020

Bonjour, Good Morning beautiful souls!

On today’s show, we will have a special National Reconciliation segment and talk quickly about Fanforce Virtual Indigenous Films. We will also have a small touch of “I can’t Breathe” and other important topics. Prepare yourself to travel into a musical journey where Jazz meets the Suave Rhythms of Latin America and Mother Africa. Mixed with some Soul, blues, gospel and Classic R&B all this with a French & Creole Touch. Tune in today from 7-9am ⇒   HERE 

FEATURED ARTISTS ON THE SHOW: Hampton Hawes, Jimmy Smith, Vincent Peirani, Emile Parisien, Serge Gainsbourg, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood, The rajasthan Express, John Coltran, Johnny Hartman, June Christy, Hues Corporation, Nat Adderley, Wes Montgomery, Bryony Jarman-Pinto, Andre Toussaint, Dizzy Gillespie, Deline Briscoe, James Brown, Nina Simone, Martin Luther King Jr, Emilie-Claire Barlow, Rafi Malkiel, Fred Astaire, Irving Berlin, Ngaiire, Makaya Jazz, Sarah Vaughan, Graeme Bell, Ahmad Jamal Trio and Keedron Bryant

LISTEN to Friday 29th of May 2020 radio show ⇒   HERE 

Athésia xoxoxo

ON THE MENU

 

 

NATIONAL RECONCILIATION WEEK

 

From the 27 May – 3 June is National Reconciliation Week

National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.

In 2020 Reconciliation Australia marks twenty years of shaping Australia’s journey towards a more just, equitable and reconciled nation.

Much has happened since the early days of the people’s movement for reconciliation, including greater acknowledgement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander rights to land and sea; understanding of the impact of government policies and frontier conflicts; and an embracing of stories of Indigenous success and contribution.

2020 also marks the twentieth anniversary of the reconciliation walks of 2000, when people came together to walk on bridges and roads across the nation and show their support for a more reconciled Australia. As always, we stand on the shoulders of those who came before us, and Australians now benefit from the efforts and contributions of people committed to reconciliation in the past. Today we work together to further that national journey towards a fully reconciled country.

Reconciliation is a journey for all Australians – as individuals, families, communities, organisations and importantly as a nation. At the heart of this journey are relationships between the broader Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We strive towards a more just, equitable nation by championing unity and mutual respect as we come together and connect with one another.

On this journey, Australians are all In This Together; every one of us has a role to play when it comes to reconciliation, and in playing our part we collectively build relationships and communities that value Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, histories and cultures.  Source: www.reconciliation.org.au

#NRW2020 #InThisTogether2020

 

VIRTUAL INDIGENOUS FILM FESTIVAL

FANFORCE TV PRESENTS THE 2020 VIRTUAL INDIGENOUS FILM FESTIVAL

FANFORCE TV, the new community-based streaming platform presents the first Virtual Indigenous Film Festival from the 27th of May till the 2nd of June as part of National Reconciliation Week 2020. The Festival will present some of the most powerful Indigenous films alongside Q&A discussions and audience participation via Live Chat – all live-streamed to accommodate COVID-19 social distancing rules.

Eastside Post: Here

For more information: fanforcetv.com

Source: Fanforce TV / NIXCo

 

 

I CAN’T BREATHE

Artwork by local artist Andres Guzman (IG: @andresitoguzman).

 

I Can’t breath

My stomach hurts

My neck hurts

Mama, Mama

Help me

Those were the last words of “The Gentle Giant” George Floyd. Listen to the response of young singer Keedron Bryant with his heartfelt A cappella song following the murder of George Floyd.

TO UNDERSTAND WHAT HAPPENED
The following video of what happened to George Floyd has been identified confronting, please be advised. HERE

Before the arrest: HERE

Who was George Floyd? Watch HERE or HERE

Something similar happened in NYC, but this time, it had a good ending. Whatch HERE

 

 

 

Keep your hearts in tune with Athésia.
#Athesia #FridayMorning #JamminFriday

Listen to today’s show, click here ⇒ Jammin’ Friday 29th of May 2020 

Tune in to Jammin’ Friday, to listen live or previous shows, click here ⇒eastsidefm.org/JamminFriday

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