Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Environmentality, 29 May 2013

Hello Environmentality listeners,

As you may have noticed we have been hibernating for a few weeks, even months! Part of it had to do with a bunch of volunteers leaving at the same time and part of it with some technical difficulties with our podcast hosting service. All of those issues seem to be resolved for now so over the next week or so we will be reporting on all of our interviews and posting links to all of the podcasts, we have had some wonderful conversations during this period, and two new co-presenters have joined the team!

One such conversation was our interview with Greg Thorpe from Robinson Reserve Neighbourhood House. Greg is the Centre Coordinator but also a talented musician and a knowledgeable, inspirational and generally well-rounded chap, perhaps from this description you can see that he is also a good friend of mine :).

Image of Greg Thorpe talking to a volunteer
Greg Thorpe, courtesy of Northbridge Volunteers
Today's conversation was mainly focused on National Reconciliation Week and the Recognise Campaign, and even more specifically on a couple of projects that Robinson Reserve Neighbourhood House is undertaking to support aboriginal people in our community, including the Moreland Aboriginal Playgroup and the Moreland 'Recognise' Mural Project.

So what are you waiting for? Listen to the show!

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