Tiddas 4 Tiddas was started as an initiative designed to empower young black women to know their worth and what they’re capable of. Tidda means sister and in this podcast series, we’ll bring to life stories of some of the countries deadliest Indigenous sisters. Women who are working to change the world, one day at a time like actress Leah Purcell, activist Dr June Oscar, and author Tara June Winch. Hosted by Tiddas founder Marlee Silva in partnership with Mamamia, this show is about raising awareness and inspiring Indigenous excellence in the hopes that one day, we’ll all stand together.
Brewarrina is a town of fewer than 2000 people in north-west NSW and is famous as the home of the oldest surviving human-made structure in the world, the Brewarrina fish traps.
Expected to be around 40 thousand years old, the resilient and innovative fish traps personify the town and the people...
If you’re a young girl growing up in Murgon Queensland, you’re not given many options for what you can be when you grow up. As a child, Leah Purcell distinctly remembers her mother telling her, because she was a black woman from the bush, she was destined to work in a meatworks or to become a...
Welcome to the first episode of Tiddas 4 Tiddas. A podcast series where Kamilaroi and Dunghutti woman, Marlee Silva sits down with some of Australia’s deadliest Indigenous sisters.
Marlee’s guest today is 22-year-old activist and writer, Vanessa Turnbull Roberts.
Growing up, Vanessa had a...