Wangan Jagalingou establish a sovereignty camp / Sounds from a StopAdani lockon

Adani is currently clearing trees for the construction of its Carmichael mine in Queensland.

In todays show we hear Adrian Burragubba leader of the Wangan Jagalingou  family council  and  the traditional owners of the Carmichael coal mine site in Queensland.  

Adani has recently made Adrian Burragubba bankrupt after several court cases with the company.

 The  Wangan Jangalingou famly council  have declared their sovereign  independence and established a sovereignty camp  to practice law and custom and have  cultural ceremony on country. 

They  are calling  on first nations people to stand with them to protect their  cultural sovereignty.

Later we hear Heather who locked on to a drill rig that had started work on the  Adani rail line. 

Then Anita gives  insight into what its like at the Stop Adani defenders at Camp Bimbi on Birri Country, 40ks West of Bowen, QLD.

Guests:

Adrian Burragubba leader of the Wangan Jagalingou  council, traditional owners of the Carmichael coal mine site.

Coedie on Didgeredoo

Heather Simpson locked onto an Adani drill rig

Anita and Sophie speaking from Camp Bimbi, Stop Adani camp 30 ks West of Bowne QLD.

Song : Xavier Rudd: live recording from Camp Bimbi

Links:

Wangan Jagalingou Traditional Owners  Council Facebook(link is external)

Wangan Jagalingou Family Council Website(link is external)

Frontline Action on Coal(link is external)

 This week’s show  #1203, was produced by Bec Horridge